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What’s in a name? We’re changing ours.

9th January 2018
As a church, we’ve been known as the ‘Jesus Army’ since 1987. It grew out of a desire to be Christians living as ‘soldiers’, fighting in the spiritual war (e.g. in Ephesians 6:10-17). To quote a blog post, written in 2016 on this topic, “We find ourselves in a world that’s increasingly globally connected. People are sick of militarism, […]

Does your church have a vision?

30th November 2016
In Proverbs we read, “Where there is no vision, people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18). This is crucial for a church. We need to have a vision of what God wants for our church and of what God wants for our individual lives. We need to have a clear understanding of where we are headed. One of […]

Talking to Steve Clifford

12th August 2015

Julia Faire speaks to Steve Clifford, General Director of the Evangelical Alliance.

WHAT is your personal journey into faith in Christ? I’m a Yorkshire man by birth and brought up in a Christian family. Sadly, my dad, a vicar of an inner city Bradford church, was killed in a car crash by a [...]

Just four questions: Hannah Britten

16th October 2014

Hannah Britten, 25, lives in a Christian community house on Briar Hill, a council estate on the outskirts of Northampton.

YOU’VE obviously got a vision for mission: how does living in community help this? I find it’s easier to build relationships with those living in the local area now I live in community. Ther[...]

Youth camps are “the future”

18th September 2014
“IN THE ‘boiler room’ (our prayer room) young guys were realising their need of God. Some were calling out to Jesus for the first time. In all, about ten young guys came to faith in Jesus and five were filled with the Holy Spirit. One guy just lay on the floor, unable to stand up […]

Just Four Questions: Gideon Clark

20th December 2013

Gideon Clark is one of a small group of young people pioneering living together as a Christian community in a housing estate in Milton Keynes.

What are you thankful for Jesus doing in your life? I’m thankful that Jesus is patient. I think you should question most things in life – especially if you wan[...]

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