Of Banquets, Brigands and Beggars
 

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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.

 
On A Technicality
 

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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
 

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

 
Black History Live
 

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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
 

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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
 

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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

 
What Is Truth
 

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Pastors Simon Martin and Petras Bahadur join with social anthropologist Petula Peters to try and answer a simple – yet surprisingly difficult question. And how do they respond to a Professor of Divinity who left the Adventist Church because he 'needed more ambiguity'? Also watch VIEWPOINT on Is Technology Good or Bad

 
Police Apology to Alison Richardson
 

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SEC media reports for BUC news on Metropolitan Police Detective Sergeant Nick Westwood's public apology to Alison Richardson at Greenwich Seventh-day Adventist church.

 
Mervyn Weir
 

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Victor Hulbert talking with writer, producer and director Mervyn Weir about his new film release, 'Fired Up', a contemporary look at the life of Bible translator, William Tyndale. Mervyn reflects on his lifelong passion for communicating the gospel through drama. Watch the film Read about the Bafta Premier of 'Fired Up'