Posts by Blog Team

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World peace – is it possible?

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If we ever think seriously about life in general — about world problems, and about what the future holds for us personally — two questions which often arise are: 1.Is permanent world peace possible? 2.What will happen to us in the future, and after our death? With regard to the first, many people are not […]

Feeling lost? Scared? Anxious? We are here to help you!

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No-one gets through life unscathed and we all deal with pain and suffering at different levels, in different ways and some people seem to have more than their share to deal with. James 1 vs 2 tells us: Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds. Rejoicing in […]

Walking in faith with James

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I decided to share a few thoughts on the book of James. A few weeks ago I set out to do a study of James and from that I decided to look at some themes we can pull from James which may help us on our walk to the kingdom. We are all human, we […]

Why we think God exists

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We have ecclesias all over the world. In New Zealand they are currently running a series called bubble banter. Bubble because at the moment wherever we live in the world because of the pandemic our socialising has been curbed and we are now listening to zoom or go to meeting bible studies from our home […]

Why Jesus? Why the Church?

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A Christadelphian ecclesia in New Zealand has put together a series of talks. This one is on the subject of Why Jesus and explores why Jesus was chosen by God, and, Why the Church? Why do we as Christadelphians chose the church as our community. If you have any questions please ask below we are […]

Why I became a Christadelphian.

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It would be easy to say “Because my parents were Christadelphians, and so I became one to please them.” There is a truth in that, but it is not the whole story. There were many things I did when I was younger because I knew it would please them, but there were also things that […]

Why I became a Christadelphian

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So let’s look at WHY I became a Christadelphian. There was a period in my life when I felt there was no need for God in my life and that life was going really well. Little did I see that my life was spiralling in the wrong direction and when I reached rock bottom God […]

How I became a Christadelphian

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I was born on 19 June, 1954 in Christchurch, New Zealand. That is where my story begins. My parents were Jean Ching and Walter (known as Wally) Ching. My ancestry, from its various sources, is English, Scottish, and Danish, so I am a pure-bred mongrel. My mother`s mother was a Christadelphian. My mother`s father, however […]

How I became a Christadelphian

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God was at work from a very early age in my life. I was given up at birth for adoption and fostered for the first few months of my life. At 6 months I was adopted into a Christadelphian home – my Mum was a Methodist before she married my Dad and he was 2nd […]