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How can we know peace with God?

March 30, 2017 |
Rev Mark Weeden

Rev Mark Weeden

By Rev Mark Weeden, pastor of King’s Church, Arundel, HEART’s newest Partner Church

Some people try to earn God’s favour. They do this through good deeds, or by observing religious rituals or sacraments, hoping that these will make them acceptable to God. Others try to buy God’s favour, through charitable giving, or by making a bargain with God. “If you do this for me, then I’ll do…” God quite often helps individuals who pray this kind of thing, but that is not the same as Peace with God. Still others assume that we all have peace with God anyway, and we are just to realise it and enjoy it. Read More


February 4, 2017 |

As Valentine’s Day looms again, a true story with a happy ending

By Sandra Fernando

If you’re one of the thousands of singles and divorcees NOT booking a table for two on February 14, be encouraged by the story of … Read More

Don’t risk running out of papers!

June 7, 2016 |

We had so many orders for the last issue of HEART from readers who wanted to read the articles on the EU that we ran out! Papers were posted to friends around the country and even to Christian friends in Germany.

One pastor delivered an extra 200 papers to every home in his district with a small church team.

Our review of David Hathaway’s ‘Rape of Europe’ DVD (‘Is the EU in biblical prophecy?’) resulted in his ministry receiving 400 orders and having to have more copies made. Read More


June 7, 2016 |

To empathise with Christian refugees fleeing persecution, HEART’s indefatigable administrator Anne Waller decided to spend Lent living like a refugee. Her bemused husband Mike lived through it… Read More

Is there more to life than ‘this’?

March 25, 2016 |

In association with the 6:19 Trust

In all our lives there are moments when we stop and ask ourselves this question.  The problem is knowing what the ‘more’ might look like, and where it might be found.  So Turn The Page is a new free app that delivers two 60-second stories each week to help the enquirer find the ‘more’ they’ve always longed for, and to point them to Jesus as the only one who can satisfy this longing. Read More


March 24, 2016 |

What’s going on in YOUR town among Christians? We welcome reports of returning or departing missionaries and ministers and individuals inspired to do great things for God. Read More


March 24, 2016 |

Can you write? HEART urgently needs more local news writers to report on local events. YOUR involvement can help root the paper in YOUR area, leading to local editions. We need to cover church news in Surrey, Kent and London.  … Read More

Poetry corner

October 8, 2015 |

Clearly the last issue did not provoke enough people to send letters, so this time we have room for readers’ poems!


What’s right about everyone’s rights stealing mine

What’s free about what cannot be spoken

Am I the only one who finds it not quite right

That my “rights” are wrongs but “theirs” are alright Read More


May 29, 2015 |

Victory in the sunshine: David Cameron and his new MPs – but are we headed for sunlit uplands? Photo credit: Facebook

THE SHINY NEW FACES of PM David Cameron’s Cabinet in the freshly elected Tory Government show a group of men and women with all kinds of backgrounds and beliefs – but in desperate need of prayer as they face numerous challenges. Read More

One woman’s faith-filled travels – new Sussex author

April 2, 2015 |

Rev Annaleen Wiese has written a book, ‘Miracle Traveller’, about her journeys in answer to a call to missionary work. Firmly believing in the power of God to provide for all her needs, Annaleen has taken her message of hope and deliverance from South Africa to Lapland, from Luxembourg to Tibet and the Amazon. Read More

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