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Opening up the bible with YWAM

12th April 2018

Vicky Bolton leads the Discipleship Bible School for YWAM (Youth With a Mission). She talks to Julia Faire about 'inductive' bible study.

It’s Saturday morning – and ‘feast day’ for many of us! Once a month around 40 of us, from different churches in and around Birmingham, Nuneaton, Coventry and Northants descend on one of YWAM[...]

The Table, the train station and the lampstand

25th October 2017

Lars Kalvenes, Synnøve Jøssang and Victoria Wall are all members of The Table Community Church, a church planting team that moved to London from Norway two years ago. They talk to Amy Williams about church planting, community and coffee shops.

Did you know we serve porridge for breakfast, soup, salad and sandwiches for lunch[...]

Defending Christianity with Humour

28th April 2017

Andy Bannister is a Christian apologist. His book The Atheist Who Didn't Exist combines intellectual sharpness with witty humour as he deals with the ideas of modern atheism. As director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity and Adjunct Speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Bannister has a lot of experience in defending the faith. We got to talk to him about his ministry and ideas.


Can Science Prove Miraculous Events?

24th March 2017

Elijah Stephens is a former Vineyard pastor and spiritual coach belonging to Bethel Church in Redding, California. Since 2015, he has been working on a documentary about medically verified miracles. Micael Grenholm asked him a few questions.

WHAT is a medically verified miracle? That is a good question. When it comes to mir[...]

Os Guinness: “Chinese Christians Put Me to Shame”

8th February 2017

Os Guinness, English author and social critic living in the United States, was born and raised in China prior to the communist revolution. We talked to him about his experiences of some turbulent times, as well as his impressions of the vibrant, underground house church movement that has taken China by storm.

What happened in China? The 19th centur[...]

Talking to Neil O’Boyle

6th December 2016

Neil O'Boyle and Garryl Willis are both involved with directing youth work and were interviewed on their vision and thoughts about the church’s involvement with young people. Neil is the UK Director for Youth for Christ. Garryl Willis is the Managing Director of Action Centres UK and manager of NAYC (Northamptonshire Association of Youth Clubs).


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