Here is your August newsletter. It should have all you need to know about what’s happening amongst us.
Like most true stories, the book of Ezra has no happy ending – in fact, quite the opposite.
It also leaves us with questions, such as what lengths are we prepared to go to in order to stay faithful to God?
Here is your start-of-the-week newsletter. It should have all you need to know about what’s happening amongst us. And a quick look should mean you are updated each week.
An interview with Ian & Morag, reflecting back on their time as part of Salford Elim Church over the last 10 years.
The people are gathering ready for their return to Jerusalem. However they can’t commence their journey until everything, or maybe more appropriately everyone, is in place.
There’s more to being a Christian than just some sort of personal religious experience. It’s about a way of life that is shaped in a certain way – a cross shaped way.
It’s why after the prophets have spoken we need the teachers.
The work of rebuilding the temple had stalled for 16 years and it seemed like the work that God might not get finished.
It’s into this situation that two prophets, Haggai and Zechariah, come to share a message from God to the Jews.
What can we learn from this for our situations today?
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