Olympic Flame Witness Climaxes In London
 

BUC News / 17 VIEWS

As the Olympic torch made its way through the London borough of Hounslow, SEC media reports on the local Adventist Church's involvement with the community during the special event, and follow Tyler Saunders, a 29-year-old Paralympic hopeful and member of Chiswick Adventist Church, who carried the Olympic torch through the streets of Ealing.

 
Recession proofing women and families
 

BUC News / 16 VIEWS

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

 
Chapel Porth - May 2013
 

BUC News / 16 VIEWS

Chapel Porth is a place where young people make life changing decisions, like Michael Hanna one of our newest brothers in Christ.

 
God In A Recession
 

BUC News / 14 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.

 
Olympic Torch Witness
 

BUC News / 13 VIEWS

Catching up with the Olympic flame outside Windsor Castle, Victor Hulbert and Kirsten Øster-Lundqvist take a look at Christian witness during the run-up to the Olympics – and during London 2012 itself. [Cameraman: Hristijan Demerdzhiev. Editor: Kofi Osei-Owusu]

 
BUC Women's Ministries Conference
 

BUC News / 13 VIEWS

BUC President, Pastor Ian Sweeney, was one of only two men at 'Empowered', the Women's Ministries Conference aiming to encourage women to 'reach other women, restore lives and reflect Christ'. However, he wasn't intimidated to share his views on the role of women in the church. [Filmed by Catherine Boldeau for BUC News] Read more about this event.

 
New Year call to prayer
 

BUC News / 12 VIEWS

Pastor Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland is committing himself to a particular time of personal devotion and prayer. His invitation is for you to join him. "What I am asking of the BUC membership is to devote their personal devotion time to praying for those persons whom they know who have not accepted Christ. I am also asking that the Church members pray for their pastors, church boards and churches." More info on this story

 
BUC Review 2015
 

BUC News / 12 VIEWS

Have the goals set out in 2011 been fulfilled? Is the Church growing? Are Adventists impacting the wider community? All of those questions and more were put to the BUC President, Pastor Ian Sweeney.

 
Olympic Photographer
 

BUC News / 11 VIEWS

What makes an Adventist a good Olympic photographer. Love of God and nature leads to a love of photography for Daryl Gungadoo.