Can your church make a difference to 10,000 people? That is the intentional aim of Portsmouth Seventh-day Adventist church. For the eighth consecutive year they took part in the Annual Community Fayre and celebration of life in Fratton.
Your prayers are requested for BUC Ministerial Association Secretary, Pastor Brighton Kavaloh, who is currently on the stroke unit in the Princess Royal University Hospital, Orpington having suffered a number of strokes early last week. He is making progress in his recovery.
Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams confessed, “It was so good it made me want to go to church.” He was talking to the ITV audience on Saturday evening, 13 April. All four judges were clearly moved by the audition that started with another judge, Simon Cowell, being a bit skeptical as a solitary individual, Patrick George, entered the stage claiming to be an entire gospel choir.
A last minute change of venues did little to detract Northern teenagers from travelling across the NEC to Stoke-on-Trent town hall. Coaches and minibuses from all the big cities in the North and many smaller towns delivered 600 teens into a worship experience geared towards helping our teens in their journey and walk with the Lord.
76-year-old Headley was the oldest participant to race around Crystal Palace Park on Sunday, 28 April. It was ‘Fun Run’ time and he was determined to join in the fundraising for the 2013 Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Annual Appeal.