Monthly Archives: July 2019

In His Steps- Charles M Sheldon

What would Jesus do? The event of a young man asking help from the church community, receiving none, and subsequently dying, makes the pastor of a church rethink what it means to be a Christian. He realises that if he … Continue reading

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Hidden Sorrow, Lasting Joy- Anneke Companjen

The forgotten women of the persecuted church Vietnam: Hanh Ly was allowed to see her husband for 15 minutes a month, that is – if she was lucky. The prison authorities did their best to make anyone visiting their family … Continue reading

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