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Last updated on June 27th, 2013 at 07:04 pm
Is it time for Britain to get out of Europe?
This is the question increasingly being asked, not just among Tory grandees in Westminster, but right across the country. The discussion is not only taking place among politicians but in pubs and clubs where everyone can have their say.
Rachel Hickson at Westergate Revival , Westergate Community School, 17 May
PEOPLE TRY TO PUT OUT PASSION in their Christian lives, but we must be passionate and zealous for our families and loved ones. This was Rachel Hickson’s energetic, powerful and passionate message to local Christians.
Last updated on June 27th, 2013 at 06:55 pm
The Coming Four Blood Moons – conference with Pastor John Hagee
London, 17-18 May
THE BIBLE says that in the last days, God will ‘turn the moon to blood’. As this will happen FOUR times in the next two years, as calculated by NASA, Pastor John Hagee deemed it worth coming to London to share his insights.
Last updated on June 27th, 2013 at 06:45 pm
Elaine Waight of Family Support Work, 17 May, Petworth
“FAMILY SUPPORT WORK EXISTS to help those families who struggle with life, particularly those who get lost in the system.”
So said Elaine Waight at the PACT (Petworth Area Churches Together) Spring Lecture. Elaine looks after Storrington and Petworth, with a further seven workers covering Hastings to Chichester.
Last updated on April 8th, 2013 at 09:03 am
REV STEPHEN BOWEN, vicar of St. John’s Felbridge, retired at the end of December after 33 years as minister of the church. He has been by far the longest-serving minister at St, John’s in its 146-year history, writes Gordon Wilkinson.
Last updated on August 15th, 2013 at 01:57 pm
I’m no bigot, but I feel the dear old C of E is ‘sleepwalking’ into a same sex marriage crisis
From fighting for his country in WW2 to being an anti-apartheid ‘thorn in the flesh’ clergyman, Rev George Wood, 91 and nearly blind, has written (via a friend) to share what is weighing on his heart
I FEEL SUCH TREPIDATION as I see the dear old Church of England sleep-walking into a growing crisis arising from the proposed legislation concerning same sex marriage.
Street Pastors ‘rescue’ drunken teenagers
FOR MANY TEENAGERS, NEW YEAR’S EVE is a chance to get drunk – but few know when to stop.
That’s when Street Pastors step in and this New Year’s Eve in Hastings saw them rescuing many youngsters from danger as they tottered around the town centre.
Martin West, the team’s leader, reports: “We’re always there to help but this year we were all really touched to receive an email from a grateful mum next day.” The lady wrote:
What if you let God run your business life? What if you expect miracles? Robin Hirsch did. Here is Part 1 of his story.
UNTIL I WAS ABOUT 19, I knew no Christians whose lives were driven by their beliefs. But at university I met a chaplain, Michael Hollings, a man of wonderful serenity and gentleness, who never refused a meal or his own bed to any tramp – so half the week he slept on the sofa.
At that point, I had rejected Christianity, got depressed and became suicidal.
Brighton’s Off the Fence team is rejoicing at securing their centre for the homeless
THE TEAM RUNNING Off the Fence, the Brighton homeless charity featured in the last HEART OF SUSSEX, is very thankful for the continuing miracles that have enabled them to