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Death Is Dead, Christ Has Conquered

Post by Sam Allberry Summary of video text Steven Spielberg is my favorite movie director. E.T., Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Jaws form the perfect trifecta. Childhood dreams and fears were built around them. But for all his brilliance, the man just can’t do endings....

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Swedish Outreach

Simon Edwards | Read Simon’s full biography Recently a team of eleven from the OCCA and Latimer Minster travelled to Östersund, Sweden, for a series of evangelistic and training events organised by EFS Church and the local Credo (Christian Union) group at the town’s...

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REBOOT Edinburgh

On 4 March 2017, 400 young adults and youth leaders came through the doors of Central Hall, Edinburgh for the launch of Scotland’s first ever REBOOT event. Filling the venue with 400 people was testimony to God’s providence and faithfulness as, prior to the event,...

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Science Alone Does Not Work

The assumption that science and religion are in conflict is a view that never diminishes. Many assume that modern science has rendered religious explanations irrelevant, and some go further to say that science alone can answer all of the questions of life.   Not...

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No ‘historically’ Meek Messiah

In the book, No Meek Messiah author Michael Paulkovich says he studied 126 historical texts by scholars who lived during and shortly after Jesus' lifetime. Paulkovich writes in the introduction to his book "When I consider those 126 writers, all of whom should have...

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If God, Why Suffering?

In one of the first significant conversations I had on this topic, my Aunt Regina expressed to me how difficult it is to see her son Charles – my cousin – struggle with a serious mental illness. Being more concerned at the time with the question than the questioner, I...

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Fatherhood’s Call to Duty

My father-in-law had a great impact on my life. A father to four daughters, he always considered me the son he never had. In one of our farewell conversations before he died in 2005, I'll never forget a particular word he used, a noble four-letter word that epitomized...

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