Celebrating the Sabbath
 

VIEWPOINT / 25 VIEWS

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

 
Episode 3: Living on the Edge (presentation)
 

Searching For A God To Love / 25 VIEWS

Searching For A God To Love - Episode 3: Living on the Edge (presentation)

 
Recession proofing women and families
 

BUC News / 25 VIEWS

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

 
Edward Vandi Ebola Interview
 

BUC News / 25 VIEWS

Reading West church member, Edward Vandi, is heading back to Sierra Leone this week for a second stint as an NHS volunteer. He will be working both in an Ebola clinic as well as providing training and public awareness in the community.

 
Politics, Grace and Service
 

BUC News / 25 VIEWS

With the UK general election just around the corner, and with two sets of elections in the Adventist Church this summer, Pastor Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, reflects on politics, grace, and the how his vote should be primarily based on service to others.

 
Celtic Christianity 2
 

The Journey / 25 VIEWS

The Journey with David Foster - Celtic Christianity part 2

 
Men and Faith
 

FaithTalks / 24 VIEWS

Series 2 programme 2. Men and Faith

 
Faith in an Urban Community
 

FaithTalks / 24 VIEWS

Series 2 programme 12. Faith in an Urban Community

 
God In A Recession
 

BUC News / 22 VIEWS

Practical advice for an economic crunch time. "Worry actually changes nothing," Pastor Ian Sweeny, leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, states. However, he doesn't just leave it there. He notes that as Christians, we have to be responsible. He then gives some very practical advice from his own experience as to how to make ends meet, even in difficult times.