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What will you do this Christian Aid Week?

April 9, 2014 |

The Bible is unequivocal in its call to help the poor and suffering, and this season after Easter gives us opportunity to consider what it means to bring resurrection hope to a broken world. One way to do this is to get involved with this year’s Christian Aid Week. Read More

It’s time to get serious – business needs prayer

April 9, 2014 |

Over the last couple of years we have been running regular stories of how God has been at work in the business and work lives of Christians around Sussex. We know from feedback what a great encouragement they have been to believers in the marketplace.

We caught up recently with Roger Greene, who started the Ignite business breakfast, initially with friends from his own church. Since writing for HEART OF SUSSEX he has seen many more come to the breakfast, with some regularly travelling 30 miles to meet on a Saturday. Read More

Iranian to embrace Jews in Israel

April 9, 2014 |

Charles Gardner hails a unique Middle East conference

A BRITISH-BASED IRANIAN PASTOR is planning to embrace the sworn enemies of his country when he visits Israel this spring. Read More

Sweden’s most famous Pentecostal pastor converts to Catholicism

April 9, 2014 |

Sweden’s most famous Pentecostal pastor converts to Catholicism

Ulf Ekman shocks evangelicals and Pentecostals

ULF EKMAN, THE WELL-KNOWN SWEDISH PASTOR AND WORD OF FAITH PREACHER, HAS ASTONISHED the Pentecostal and evangelical world by converting to Catholicism. Read More


February 7, 2014 |


Is there a message in all of this? Writing exclusively for this paper, Clifford Hill answers the question that all of us have, churchgoers or secular – why?

“Why has there been no word from senior church leaders? The weather is one of the few things that is totally out of human control,” he writes. There is even dispute within the Government over whether the storms are linked to climate change; while PM David Cameron suspected it, Environment Secretary Owen Paterson, a known climate change sceptic, did not concur (Prime Minister’s Questions, 9 January).

Dr Hill, whose prophetic update messages are used in prayer groups across the land, sounds a stark warning: “The great storms battering our coasts are a precursor of the social and economic tsunami that will follow…unless there is a major change in the nation.” Read More

My manifesto for 2014

February 7, 2014 |

By Sandy Medway

Sandy Medway works within the Christian voluntary and community sector as a freelance consultant and for the last 20 years has helped support a wide range of Christian charities and social action initiatives. She is a Street Pastor in Eastbourne, and an Associate Consultant with Aid for Trade, a Worthing based charity providing free online micro-enterprise resources for people in developing countries. Sandy is also part of a local group seeking premises to set up an Eastbourne-based wood recycling project.

Sandy says, “Instead of a new year’s resolution this year I thought it more beneficial to work out some reminders around my calling and ministry, which would help me stay focused on the important things during  2014.  Read More

Fifth century revivalist is a 21st century hit!

February 7, 2014 |

Approaching St Patrick’s Day on 17 March, Clive Price tells the story of actor Roger Nelson, who’s created a unique solo play about the man who reached Ireland for Christ

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Letters: February to March 2014

February 7, 2014 |

Heresy of the “Social” Gospel

In our day, the Church is again facing an old heresy. That is, the preaching of “another Gospel”, sometimes referred to as the “Social Gospel.”

This “Gospel” upholds modernism, liberalism, humanism and the false ideas of Darwinism, which still linger in the minds of some. Read More

A refreshing read

February 7, 2014 |

Where can one find a good read, to inspire, encourage or to revive oneself if circumstances are tough and you are feeling low? Mark Weeden shares some of his bookshelf favourites

King Solomon wrote that the writing of books was endless (and the reading of many wearying to the soul) and this can even be so in Christendom! So here are some books that I have found especially helpful, and also worth rereading. Read More

THE CROSS IN THE CROSSFIRE: A warning from the Third Reich

February 7, 2014 |

By Sister Joela Krüger

Published by the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary

As we draw near to the time of Jesus’ second coming, it is his cross that will unite or divide us. How we perceive the cross will determine our future, and none of us will be able to dodge the issue indefinitely. For each of us personally, there will be a “falling” or a “rising.” Read More

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