The Journey - Rest
 

The Journey / 11 October 2012

Have you ever been so tired that you can’t put one foot in front of the other? What does rest really mean, and why has God so consistently given us the invitation to rest?

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

Searching For A God To Love / 14 June 2012

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

 
Dr Errol McLean Interview
 

BUC News / 22 November 2012

An interview with Dr Errol McLean - Associate Director, North American Division Evangelism Institute. Recorded during the National Lay Bible Workers Convention, Dr McLean shares his views and insights into the challenges of evangelism that the church faces.

 
The Journey - Seeking The Lost
 

The Journey / 29 November 2012

Hiking in the rain comes part and parcel with a holiday in the Lake District. Yet when it’s raining so hard that you lose your glasses and don’t notice it can provoke a crisis. Victor Hulbert discovers the reality of ‘seeking the lost’.

 
Julian Hibbert
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 20 February 2014

Discover the life of Messenger Editor, Pastor Julian Hibbert. Find the courage of his father on 'the long march' as a German prisoner of war at the end of WW2, and how his humanity then passed onto his son today.

 
Women of Virtue
 

BUC News / 1 May 2014

The principles of the 'women of virtue' in Proverbs 31 are still alive today - and highlighted in a Conference organised by Sharon Platt-McDonald, Women's Ministries, Health and Disability Awareness director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland.

 
The Journey - Iona and Worship
 

The Journey / 15 November 2012

Iona is a people magnet for tourists and pilgrims alike. But when Victor Hulbert visited this remote Hebridean Island he found himself faced with the unexpected.

 
Richard Shaw
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 13 March 2014

Richard Shaw was born with muscular atrophy, a congenital, degenerative impairment causing wasting of the "voluntary" muscles. Despite having never effectively walked and been a wheelchair user most of his life, he shares how a thoughtful Christian carer helped him come to faith, and how living with a disability is no barrier to living a fulfilling life.

 
Christians and the Environment
 

VIEWPOINT / 19 October 2011

If Christians believe that the world is going to end soon with the triumphant return of Christ then surely it does not matter how we treat a dying planet now. Should Christians care for the planet – or should they just leave it to the 'mother earth brigade' and get on with preaching the Gospel? Also watch VIEWPOINT on Christians and Politics