President's Report 2012
 

BUC News / 44 VIEWS

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.

 
The Journey - The Sanctuary
 

The Journey / 44 VIEWS

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.

 
Hiroshima
 

The Journey / 44 VIEWS

Reflecting on the most moving interviews of his career, Victor Hulbert takes a visit to Hiroshima, talks to atomic bomb survivors and learns a lesson in forgiveness.

 
4. Keep Asking The Questions
 

Reformation Journey / 44 VIEWS

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.

 
5. Picture Perfect
 

Reformation Journey / 44 VIEWS

Dejan and Victor continue their Reformation Journey with a visit to Wittenberg - famous as the home of the reformation and the location where Luther posted his 95 thesis. Yet somehow it was not those thesis that caught their attention. Something else caught their eye - and helped them understand the similicity of Luther's gospel.

 
Robert Carr
 

Music In My Life / 43 VIEWS

Ken Burton explores with guest Robert Carr about sources of inspiration when composing music.

 
The Empty Camera
 

The Journey / 42 VIEWS

Photography may be a passion – but without the right tools it can also be a frustration.

 
Jamie Jorge
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 42 VIEWS

Jaime Jorge, renowned Adventist violinist, shares his story of faith to God in communist Cuba, how God has transformed his life, and the difference that trust can make. We also hear some of his music.

 
Elvira Pearson
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 41 VIEWS

Elvira Pearson has a missionary heart – but having a heart at all is exceptional for a girl who had to keep her Bible secret and hide her faith from her parents, even at age 14.