Episode 10: Humble Assurance (Discussion)
 

Searching For A God To Love / 13 LIKES

Searching For A God To Love - Episode 10: Humble Assurance (Discussion)

 
Richard Poulton
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 13 LIKES

Richard Poulton shares a journey to faith, to legalism – to a true understanding of the Gospel. Enjoy this story of a transformed heart.

 
Freedom Of Choice
 

WORD / 13 LIKES

Richelle Anim, explains why freedom of choice is a double edged sword.

 
Tyler Saunders - Paralympic Athlete
 

BUC News / 13 LIKES

A son of Chiswick church, Tyler Saunders was born with just one leg. However that has not stopped him competing in Basketball. He was just three points short of making it into this year’s Paralympic Basketball team but now heading to Germany where he will play professionally and plans to represent Britain at the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil.

 
The Journey - Rest
 

The Journey / 13 LIKES

Have you ever been so tired that you can’t put one foot in front of the other? What does rest really mean, and why has God so consistently given us the invitation to rest?

 
Recession proofing women and families
 

BUC News / 13 LIKES

Sandra Golding shares her top recession proofing tips at the "Hand Maid for Ministry" conference.

 
President's Report 2012
 

BUC News / 13 LIKES

With the glow of the Olympics and the Queen's diamond Jubilee both fading into the distant memory, Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, still believes there is a ‘feel good’ factor within the British public and within the Church he loves.

 
Lawrence Geraty Interview
 

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Throughout his life Dr Lawrence Geraty has faced, and graciously dealt, with issues of diversity. Asked to speak on the subject, “Diversity, friend or foe?” at a recent Newbold College Diversity Seminar he clearly emphasised the positives. Kirsten Oster-Lundqvist asked him Why?

 
The Journey - The Sanctuary
 

The Journey / 13 LIKES

A New Year hunt in Dorset sets Victor Hulbert's mind working on how two people can have very different reactions to the same event.