Geert Tap
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 41 LIKES

Pastor Geert Tap shares how the words of his dying grandfather changed his life and shaped his unexpected journey of joy.

 
Film Premiere - "Fired up"
 

BUC News / 40 LIKES

Film Premiere of 'Fired up', a new, youthful film on the Life of William Tyndale, brought the Bible alive at BAFTA, Piccadilly on Sunday, 18 December. "Watch the Trailer"

 
Olympic Flame Devotional Relay
 

BUC News / 38 LIKES

While the Olympic flame has been passing through 1,019 communities on its way to London next week, Pastor Nathan Stickland has been running his own relay, writing a daily devotional blog with themes following both the route, geography and history of the flames journey, and also personal insight into his own spiritual journey, along with his family, over the 70 day period. Read Nathan's blog.

 
Episode 8: Suffering, why so much? (Discussion)
 

Searching For A God To Love / 37 LIKES

Searching For A God To Love - Episode 8: Suffering, why so much? (Discussion)

 
ADRA UK - Typhoon Haiyan Response
 

BUC News / 37 LIKES

Prayer, faith and action - they are all important parts of our reaction to the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. In this moving video report, Pastor Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland expresses both emotion and practical help, while Zeny Cooper and Bert Smit demonstrate how ADRA-UK is already involved in the relief effort.

 
A Story of Perseverance
 

Documentaries / 37 LIKES

This documentary highlights the early beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the British Isles.

 
Kenneth Thwala
 

In Conversation - Series 9 / 37 LIKES

Kenneth shares his story of overcoming hardship and adversity, and his reliance on God's timing in giving him the opportunities he's needed at the right moments in his life.

 
The Journey - Masada
 

The Journey / 36 LIKES

Discover tales of courage and faithfulness in this journey to the Dead Sea, Masada and Qumran.

 
Debbie Higgens
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 36 LIKES

A fan of C S Lewis since picking up his book, Mere Christianity during her student days, Debbie Higgens now serves as on-site director and warden for 'The Kilns', the Oxford home where Lewis spent the last twenty years of his life. It was the simplicity of Mere Christianity that appealed to Debbie, as well as Mere Christianity, Lewis is best known for his children's series, The Chronicles of Narnia, and for The Screwtape Letters. All three, she says, are very powerful representations of the gospel. They are also a very approachable reintroduction, she says quoting Lewis, "Stealing past the watchful dragons", for those who have been turned off Christianity in the past. "He flips it and says, 'look at it in a different way'."