Edward Vandi Ebola Interview
 

BUC News / 14 January 2015

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.

 
Business Ethics and Christianity
 

VIEWPOINT / 16 November 2011

How does a Christian survive, let alone make a difference, in the cut-throat world of the market place? Herta Von Stiegel, author of "The Mountain Within" and an Investment banker, Marge Lowhar, co-founder of The Transition Agency and Pastor Des Rafferty, Pastor, Principal of the Adventist Discovery Centre, look at the issues. Also watch VIEWPOINT on Christians and Personal Finance

 
Lawrence Geraty Interview
 

BUC News / 14 February 2013

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?

 
Men and Faith
 

FaithTalks / 18 July 2013

Series 2 programme 2. Men and Faith

 
'Christmas is ruined'
 

BUC News / 19 December 2013

'Christmas is ruined' a Christmas message form Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland.

 
'The Rock' exhibition
 

BUC News / 31 October 2013

Taking traditional evangelism and showcasing it in a new environment led artist Laurent Grisel on a two year quest to mount an exhibition at Wimbledon Public library. For a full week, Monday, 21 – Sunday 27 October, library visitors could stroll around the gallery and discover how the 2,500 year old prophecy of 'The Rock' in Daniel chapter 2 is still relevant in their lives today.

 
C S Lewis - 50th anniverary of his death
 

BUC News / 19 November 2013

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!
 

BUC News / 19 November 2013

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.

 
Celebrating the Sabbath
 

VIEWPOINT / 19 October 2011

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