Louanne Sampson
 

Music In My Life / 10 LIKES

Louanne shares with Ken Burton how the power of music has helped her to cope with the debilitating symptoms of lupus.

 
Belinda E. S.
 

Music In My Life / 10 LIKES

In this episode conductor, composer and performer, Ken Burton explores the psychology of music with his guest, Belinda.

 
John 3:16
 

INSPIRED / 10 LIKES

Pastor Ian Sweeney presents an inspirational talk on one of the Bible's most well-known texts.

 
Whatever You Say
 

INSPIRED / 10 LIKES

"Do I love Jesus enough, to say to Him, whatever You say God, I’ll do it, because I love You." Pastor Ian Sweeney examines the Ten Commandments.

 
On A Technicality
 

INSPIRED / 10 LIKES

Jesus said to that woman as He looked in her eyes, “Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more.” When she looked in her Saviour’s eyes she saw a Reconciler, a Restorer and a Redeemer. Pastor Patrick Herbert explores the story of 'The Woman Caught in Adultery'.

 
UK-Polish Adventists reflect on President's death
 

BUC News / 9 LIKES

16 April 2010: An interview with Anna Radosh, coordinator of the Polish Adventist community in the UK.

 
Black History Live
 

BUC News / 9 LIKES

With the pulsating sounds of African drums; harmonious chords of vibrant singing from the London Community Gospel choir; exotic aromas and spicy foods from tropical cuisine and an abundant array of dazzling colours, the senses were indulged to the max. It was also the place for witness as Adventist church members discovered as they prepared to serve at the Black History Live event in Wembley Stadium the first weekend of October 2011.

 
Luton Flashmob
 

BUC News / 9 LIKES

Saturday shoppers in Luton's Arndale Centre were surprised by a sudden and seemingly spontaneous rendition of "Joyful, Joyful, Lord we adore thee" (watch on YouTube) as members of the Adventist led Luton Community Gospel Choir shared their witness. Link: Luton Gospel Community Choir

 
Celebrating the Sabbath
 

VIEWPOINT / 9 LIKES

The Sabbath for Jews and some Christians is a day that is set aside to rest and reconnect with God and the family. In an increasingly hectic world can the Sabbath tradition give the secular world some tips on how to keep the relentless demands on their time in perspective? Also watch VIEWPOINT on God in a Cruel World