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Church BULLDOZED during service

November 22, 2019 |

Last updated on December 6th, 2019 at 03:30 pm

Bulldozers started demolishing the 3,000-seat Fuyang Christian Church in Fenan, Anhui province, during a worship service, while congregants were inside.

Not only were no legal papers presented, but it was a … Read More

July 26, 2018 |

HEART’s letters page provides a forum for Christian opinion. Concise letters of up to 100 words giving your name and town are more likely to be printed. Letters are usually edited and shortened.

If you comment on articles via our … Read More

A new Reformation?

May 30, 2018 |

Church buildings are closing and denominations crumbling, but small groups of believers who meet to study the Word of God and to pray are multiplying. What does this mean?

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Dear Church, can you hear me?

November 29, 2017 |

Combatting isolation: conference visitors learned about and shared deaf people’s needs

“Dear Church, can you hear me?” conference, Victoria Baptist Church, Eastbourne, 16 September

Why Christians need to learn sign language

Deaf and hearing impaired people are pulling out of church life due to frustration and loneliness because churches don’t offer sign language or use microphones correctly.

This was highlighted by conference visitors who explained how people’s reluctance to make provision for the deaf can lead to their withdrawing from church activities.

The event’s two main speakers, the Church of England’s national adviser on deaf ministry Rev Gill Behenna and deaf Baptist minister Rev Susan Myatt, both opened the event without speaking a word, instead using British Sign Language (BSL). Read More

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