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God opens the inner eyes of those without sight

Encounters between Jesus and the sick, or lepers, or the blind are dramatic examples of God’s compassion. These stories only partially explain the full impact of Jesus’ healing voice and touch. Those without physical sight who received inner, spiritual sight were indeed transformed – and the same is happening today. A school in north India Read More …

A vision of a multicultural church

Through both my practical ministry as a church leader over the last 16 years and theological study, I have become more convicted than ever of the importance of developing multi-cultural churches. In Acts 11-13, the church in Antioch highlights how truly diverse our churches should be. In these riveting pages we read that the early Read More …

Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes training this September

You are invited to attend a training event teaching you how to run a ‘Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes’ course, sponsored by the Leprosy Mission England and Wales. Date: Saturday 5 September 2015: 9:30am-1pm Held at: Nazerene Theological College, Dene Road, Didsbury, Manchester M20 2GU Timings: 9.30am registration for a 10.00am start Donations of £10 kindly Read More …

Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes – a story of success

An interview with Gordon Darragh, associate pastor of Windsor Baptist Church, Belfast, about his experience using Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes, a course produced by the Evangelical Alliance’s South Asian Forum (SAF). What motivated you to start the Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes course? The course came to my attention through the Good Book Company and immediately seemed relevant to Read More …

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