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During Israel’s turbulent birth period in spring 1948, one particular atrocity which the British failed to prevent was the Hadassah Convoy Massacre. Two ambulances were blown up and 79 people killed. These included doctors, nurses, students, patients, Hebrew University faculty members, Hagenah fighters and a British soldier.
Bible college graduates are once again getting ready to fan out from Burgess Hill and take on the world with the good news of Jesus.
The International Bible Training Institute (IBTI) celebrated its 71st graduation at St Andrew’s Church, Burgess …
Quirky children’s puppet shows with a Christian twist
What do a scary dragon, Robin Hood and Ephesians 6 have in common? They’re all part of the latest children’s puppet show written by Christian entertainer Peter Garofalo.
The visionary creator of …
Restoring relationships: Volunteer team leaders Chris Johnson, left, and Clive Bridgewater, right, with service manager Sarah Manthorpe, second left, and social work manager Rachel Larkin
Absent fathers often don’t want to be absent, but for various reasons their time with their children has to be supervised or they simply don’t have somewhere suitable to take their child.
Two pastors from Rwanda eagerly browse eVitabu’s library of theological content using a solar-powered Android device
While Christians in the UK are familiar with accessing the Bible via their phones, using a Bible app is revolutionary in Africa.