Archive for September, 2014

Faith In Action

by Colin Dexter

A young Saudi had a dream about Jesus, began to read the Scriptures and trusted Christ. He then married, but his wife did not accept his faith. They later had a child who became very ill. The husband told his wife that they were going to pray to Jesus and that only He could heal the child . The child was then healed and the wife and also her mother came to faith.

Source OM global  (Arab world series)  Sept 14 issue 3

 

 

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Nigeria

November 25th Cardiff

by Colin Dexter

parent talk

OPEN HOUSE at Ty-Isaf Baptist Church

by Colin Dexter

Beginning on September 15th  for 4 weeks .Monday to Friday 10-am to 12 noon Ty-Isaf will open its doors for people to sit inside, pray , have a look inside, ask questions about God..  There is a welcome for people just to drop in for an informal chat & have a cup of coffee.  (Ty-Isaf is the Risca Street pastors base on a Saturday night)

Mums & Tots 9.30am 15th Sept

by Colin Dexter

True Discpleship

by Colin Dexter

For Christian prisoners of faith, ‘taking up their cross and following Christ’ is no easy road. Their testimony of enduring faith is both a challenge and an encouragement to their brothers and sisters in Christ here in he UK and Ireland and around the world.

North Korean, Eritrean, Iranian and other Christians who seek to share and live out their faith in theses countries often pay a high personal price- yet it is a price they accept as ‘normal’ Christian discipleship.

Their prison experience is not viewed with surprise outrage: on the contrary, they often regard the prison cell as their mission field, imprisonment as training and the whole experience as part of God’s purpose & plan.

The reality is that today in detention centres and prison camps across the world, God is doing exactly what he promised to do: building His church.

Just as He did with the early church, God is there in those cells watching over His children, pouring out His love into their hearts and reaching out in love to others, prisoners and persecutors alike. Still He calls us to ‘remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison’. (Hebrews13V3

 

 

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ICE 13th Sept2014

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agape youth