Horsham Archives - HEART Christian newspaper
Owning Truth is a powerful new mobile app and website which enables anyone to hear the Word of God, personalised to them and their own situation.
Its inventor, Horsham-based web designer David Greaves told HEART: “By hearing the voice of the Lord speaking directly to you by name, you can hear the truth and be set free.”
Users follow a few simple steps:
This lady tore four tendons off her right shoulder blade and 4cm of muscle under her arm 16 months earlier when picking up her grandchild. Keyhole surgery to reattach the tendons had been unsuccessful and she was 200th on a waiting list for further surgery although doctors had told her it was one of the hardest operations and success could not be guaranteed.
After John Mellor prayed for her in Jesus’s name, she was able to raise her arm and lift someone else’s baby.
Our photos show her before and after prayer: before she had been unable to lift her arm and could not even shake John’s hand because of the pain. After prayer she could raise her arms and her overjoyed face shows she had experienced a miracle
A young man has been told that hepatitis C can no longer be found in his body.
The hospital staff were amazed that their tests showed that this very dangerous disease had mysteriously disappeared from his system.
More amazing is that while this type of hepatitis can appear to diminish through drugs, the young man had not been taking anything to treat it.
Dr Michael Brown, Bible teacher, at the Emmanuel Centre, Westminster and Kingdom Faith Church, Horsham, 16 and 17 April
The essence of Michael Brown is his media presence. His coast-to-coast radio show is broadcast every weekday and he is clearly at ease on mainstream television.
Dr Brown calls himself an apologist – that is, one who provides a defence. However, in the four sessions that I heard him preach, he logically unpacked the scriptures, instead of defending Christianity.
When a marriage ends in divorce it is much more than selling the house, splitting the CD collection and deciding who gets what: it’s a brutal emotional trauma. Rarely can love be kindled again.
But a Sussex couple have found that God heals hearts – and after five-and-a-half years of divorce, Benzer and Sandra Fernando were remarried. In January, they celebrated six years of being together again.
Amazing stories from a couple who combine running a restaurant with praying for their customers to have miracles. Plus how they made MORE profit by keeping Sunday special!
Tina Marziano is a member of the Ignite! fellowship of Christians in business and the workplace who meet every month in Horsham. She and her husband Filippo own and run Filippo’s restaurant in Horsham. In this article Tina tells the story of how, nine years ago, the Lord spoke to them as a couple about “fishing for men” and that their “net” was to be a restaurant.
Children and their parents and carers enjoyed three afternoons playing outside using a church car park in Horsham during the summer holidays.
Inspired by the successful national ‘Playing out’ initiative, Brighton Road Baptist Church put a temporary ban on cars. By making this large space available for safe play, local youngsters enjoyed scooting, skipping, hopscotch, giant junk modelling and traditional playground games.
FLYING CAN MAKE YOU ILL, ACCORDING TO THE MAKERS OF A NEW FILM PROMOTED AT THE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL THIS MAY
After a Horsham-based pilot was invalided out of the cockpit, he decided to make a film about his experience – and the silence around it.
“A Dark Reflection”, produced and directed by former air pilot Tristan Loraine, looks at the damaging effects of toxic tricreslyl phosphate (TCP) gases used in jet engine oils which has been reported in the wider media.