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TWO CAMPAIGNERS from opposite ends of the world met for the first time to discuss their passion for biblical truths and social issues.
Bill Muehlenberg, 61, an apologist and ethics commentator, from Melbourne in Australia, popped in with his wife Averil to see 94-year-old Steve Stevens DFC at his home in Worthing on May 15.
Mr Muehlenberg has been touring Europe to promote the fourth imprint of his book, “Strained Relations: The Challenge of Homosexuality” and to speak at various campaign events.
Last updated on February 7th, 2014 at 05:48 pm
Jonathan Conrathe, leader of Mission 24, hosted by Coastlands Church, Worthing – 25-26 January
As Jonathan Conrathe’s ministry becomes better known – he has recently spoken at the Ichthus “Revive” camp and at a Charismatic Leaders’ conference, as well as at a Baptist church in Hastings, so visitors had come from a 30-mile radius, with most staying for the whole weekend’s meetings.
AFTER THE SAD DEMISE of journalist Guy Fleming, it looked as if readers of Worthing’s local paper would be deprived of a regular source of church news.
However, less than a year after his passing, local church member Ros Rowley, a widow in her 70s, has stepped forward to man the pump.
Last updated on January 16th, 2014 at 04:44 pm
Worthing-based charity Health Communication Resources (HCR) is helping to bring hope to Syria and the Philippines through Christian radio broadcasts.
Last updated on January 17th, 2014 at 07:22 pm
Being 94 and bed-ridden did not deter moral campaigner Steve Stevens from inviting another campaigning author and pastor to visit and swap notes
WHAT HAVE THE CHRISTIANS ever done for us? That question has been explored by London pastor Wale Babatunde. The answer he’s come up with is that they shaped British history – and they should do so again.
WALKING ROUND THE TOWN CENTRE ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH YOUR CHILD MAY NOT SEEM UNUSUAL, BUT FOR THIS WOMAN IT WAS THE FIRST TIME FOR FIVE YEARS
JO’S TEN-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER SAYS SHE CAN ONLY DIMLY REMEMBER A TIME WHEN HER MUM was able to walk unaided.
When she was just five, mum Jo was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Now in her late thirties, Jo had endured five years of constant pain and muscle weakness which left her barely able to walk. Doctors diagnosed terminal immobility and Jo spent the next few years housebound. To move around she was given an electric wheelchair, but determinedly avoided using it.