Sharing the Gospel through BBC Radio 4 

By Sharna Brown, Communications Team Croydon Seventh-day Adventist Church continues to have a far-reaching effect on communities both locally and internationally, so when the invitation to be the host church for BBC Radio 4’s Sunday service came, we jumped at the opportunity, as we had done on previous occasions.    The rehearsal and pre-recording by the BBC occurred on Sabbath, 2 October and the programme was coordinated and hosted by Associate Pastor...

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Permission Denied!

By Jenniffer Mann I recently had a conversation with someone who was questioning their relationship with God. Why? Because just when they thought they had conquered a past addiction it came knocking on the door and was granted permission to enter. There is much that can be said on this and...

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The Necessity of Prayer

By Felicien Ekoume One of the greatest dangers that we Christians put ourselves in, is the neglect of prayer. We may sometimes become comfortable when things are going fine in our lives, so much so that prayer is barely thought of. And even when prayer comes to our mind, we are too lazy...

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God 1 v Lions 0

By Jenniffer Mann . Did you know that lions are said to be amongst the deadliest of all predators! Male lions can weigh up to 225kg and females up to 150kg. They can run up to speeds of 81kmph and are capable of hunting and killing prey of up to...

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Let’s Talk

By Pastor Royston Smith Everyone has an inbuilt desire for relationships. We want to connect with others, share ideas, experiences and knowledge, among other things. Where healthy communication exists, relationships thrive. Prayer is our means of communication with God. It is a two-way dialogue in which we are both able...

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Who’s Counting?!

By Jenniffer Mann . 3.3 months, 14.4 weeks, 101 days, 2424 hours, 145,440 minutes, 8,726,400 seconds. That is how how long it’s been since lock down was first declared but hey! Who’s counting?! What I do know, is that time stands still, for no one. During those 3.3 months, the...

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