Of Banquets, Brigands and Beggars
 

INSPIRED / 21 LIKES

The Parable of the Great Banquet invites us to the King's table where we receive welcome and acceptance. Pastor Wayne Erasmus explores the meaning of the parable - both for the original hearers and also for us today.

 
God in a Cruel World
 

VIEWPOINT / 20 LIKES

If God is real why does he allow bad things to happen, even in a secular world natural disasters are called "Act of God". Is God responsible and if so why does he allow so many bad things to happen to people whether they believe in Him or not? Also watch VIEWPOINT on Business Ethics and Christianity

 
The Journey - Why Did Jesus Have To Die?
 

The Journey / 20 LIKES

A challenging comment in the visitors book of the smallest parish church in England leads Victor Hulbert to ponder on the question, “Why did Jesus have to die?”

 
A Matter of Conscience
 

Documentaries / 20 LIKES

A documentary looking back to World War 1 and a group of brave young men who chose not to fight. What were their reasons? Did they make a good choice? And how did they stand up to brutal, violent treatment in a military prison that almost cost them their lives? WWI and the Adventist Church

 
Shy Faith
 

The Journey / 20 LIKES

The Journey with Victor Hulbert - Shy Faith

 
Ellen G White
 

BUC News / 20 LIKES

Reflections on the Centenary of Ellen G White's Death

 
BUC Review 2015
 

BUC News / 20 LIKES

Have the goals set out in 2011 been fulfilled? Is the Church growing? Are Adventists impacting the wider community? All of those questions and more were put to the BUC President, Pastor Ian Sweeney.

 
3. Tricky Situations
 

Reformation Journey / 20 LIKES

Victor & Dejan take a hike in rural Surrey and discover that the Reformation is all around us. Discover how Henry VIII, king of England, generated reformation for all the wrong reasons, but with positive consequences. Filmed in Pyrford, Surrey, UK

 
4. Keep Asking The Questions
 

Reformation Journey / 20 LIKES

In the fourth programme of the Reformation Journey series, Dejan and Victor travel to Oxford where they find the risk and rewards of asking questions - 500 hundred years ago and today. It's all part of the journey.