Adventist Church 150 Years
 

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Tuesday, 21 May saw the 150th birthday of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, officially organised by twenty delegates on 21 May 1863. The 17 million member church that now encompasses the globe in its mission and outreach started from very small beginnings ... but where does the future now lie? We asked Pastor Ian Sweeney, President of the Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland.

 
Men and Faith
 

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Series 2 programme 2. Men and Faith

 
Faith in an Economic Crisis
 

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Series 2 programme 4. Faith in an Economic Crisis

 
Community Through Gospel Music
 

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Series 2 Programme 7. Community Through Gospel Music

 
Can Faith Survive Cancer?
 

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Series 2 Programme 8. Can Faith Survive Cancer?

 
C S Lewis - 50th anniverary of his death
 

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Dr Debbie Higgens is not just a fan of CS Lewis, she is the on-site director of 'The Kilns', Lewis' former home. Fifty years on from his death on 22 November 1963, Debbie will be among the guests at a special Westminster Abbey service where his name will be added to those celebrated in the poet's corner. Debbie is both the first Adventist and the first academic to be on site warden at the Kilns. In this interview she shares how Lewis had a profound influence on her life… and the life of thousands of others.

 
Not Tired but Energised!
 

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Church at its best will transform communities. In 'Not Tired but Energised', Pastor Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland shares just a few examples of how that is happening -- in a formerly derelict community hall, in the life of a former drug abuser and Satanist, in the lives of young people, and on the streets of London.

 
John & Amy Ainsworth
 

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Amy & John Ainsworth share the secrets and challenges of living with epilepsy. How difficult is it living with a physical illness that people cannot see? Why marry someone when you know you will have to be a carer for life? And what does a life-time condition do to your faith?

 
Elisabeth Sanguesa
 

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Growing up in a country where her Church was deemed illegal, yet her dad was a printer of Christian books, Elisabeth developed both a love for God and for literature. She also loves travel, just as well as today she is Marketing Manager for the Stanborough Press and travels the world promoting Adventist literature.