15 December 2017

Faith in Action

Luke Williams, who is 20 years old and studying Theology, travelled as part of Habitat’s Global Village 2012 programme to Ethiopia. Luke shares of his experience: “This summer I was part of a team of 8 which travelled to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to … [Read more...]


DEBT CHARITY WARNS AGAINST OVERSPENDING AT CHRISTMAS …AND GIVES TEN TOP TIPS FOR HAVING A DEBT-FREE FESTIVE SEASON Debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty has issued a stark warning of the dangers of relying heavily on credit to … [Read more...]


Eric Liddell was a Scot who won a Gold medal in the 1924 Paris Olympics. Then he went to China as a Christian missionary. The movie of his life was called Chariots of Fire. I was a journalist in search of a story. Interviewing the manager of … [Read more...]

Alternative Christmas Gifts

Do you want to make a difference to the lives of others throughout the world this Christmas? Then consider alternative Christmas gifts! Alternative gifts are a unique way in which you can bless both family and friends, and also help those who … [Read more...]

The Metropolitan Sanctuary for Sick & Disabled Children

The Metropolitan Sanctuary for Sick and Disabled Children opened its doors in 2007. It is a clinic, but so much more, offering free medical and rehabilitation services in Kenya. There is a clinical team of medical and nursing staff, an occupational … [Read more...]


Love for Life tackles the hot topics churches and Christians often neglect! Love for Life is a Christian organisation working throughout Northern Ireland and across Ireland to help young people develop a healthy respect for … [Read more...]

Going Through Troubles

James 1:2 “Consider it pure joy my brothers and sisters whenever you face trials of many kinds!” Many of us have been watching the Olympic Games this year. Did you see the mountain biking? The competitors have to race their bikes up the mountain, … [Read more...]

God’s Message Made Meaningful

God is using Bible translation so that more and more people are hearing His words for the very first time in a language that really speaks to them. “Before its translation into Tz’utujil, God’s word for us was like a lake far away – we had no idea … [Read more...]

Don’t Take Care?

Canon Andrew White was the key note speaker at the final rally of Bangor Worldwide Missionary convention in August. The church was packed to capacity and the congregation sat enraptured as Andrew spoke candidly of his background, his calling and his … [Read more...]

Student exchange

The times ‘they are a changin’… However, for India’s oppressed Dalit people, the pace of that change cannot come fast enough. For 3,000 years, this community has been classed as ‘outside the caste’ system, meaning they are considered unclean and … [Read more...]