Celtic Christianity
 

The Journey / 27 May 2015

The Journey with David Foster - Celtic Christianity

 
Marriage
 

The Journey / 7 May 2015

The Journey with Victor Hulbert - Marriage.

 
Burkina Faso
 

The Journey / 7 May 2015

The Journey with Ian Sweeney - Burkina Faso.

 
Seedtime
 

The Journey / 7 May 2015

The Journey with Victor Hulbert - Seedtime.

 
Looking High
 

The Journey / 7 May 2015

The Journey with Victor Hulbert - Looking High.

 
Politics, Grace and Service
 

BUC News / 22 April 2015

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.

 
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.

 
2014 year-end message - Pastor Ian Sweeney
 

BUC News / 11 December 2014

If you survived the craziness of the black Friday sales you did well. The financially restrained Pastor Ian Sweeney found himself astonished at how people were desperate to get their hands on televisions -even to the point that people began fighting and cursing one another. That hardly seems to be the spirit of Christmas. Perhaps there is a better way to share that spirit. In his year-end message, Pastor Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, admires the desperation of the paralytic in the Mark 2 story and how he strived to get into Jesus presence. "Perhaps as Christians we ought to exhibit the same passion to be in the presence of Jesus and be desperate to share our testimony of Jesus."

 
A Matter of Conscience
 

Documentaries / 20 November 2014

A documentary looking back to World War 1 and a group of brave young men who chose not to fight. What were their reasons? Did they make a good choice? And how did they stand up to brutal, violent treatment in a military prison that almost cost them their lives? WWI and the Adventist Church