She learned the following poem at Yarnbrook Chapel, Sunday School in 1916 as World War 1 raged, she was aged five Continue reading “Kath Lawrence – a remarkable life”
Over the next few weeks we have coffee connoisseur and theological student Daniel Caballero working here at NBBC again. He is here gaining pastoral experience and helping out before returning home to Peru (Paddington Bear) after his Masters Degree at the John Owen Centre as a UFM missionary.
This Sunday he is preaching from 1 John 4 on the love of God, do come, and on Tuesday, he will be speaking here about the work in Peru.
You can hear the first message here: What is love?
The second message is here: Don’t waste your life
The third session was on Daniel’s: Training vision
As part of our mission support plan, we identified the need to encourage the training and support of ministers as one of our priorities.
Daniel Caballero was born and raised in Peru whose evangelical Christian community has grown from 0.04% to 13% of the population since the 1979 census. Continue reading “Visit from Peru (and sermon recordings)”
Over the month of August we usually give an opportunity to someone who has just finished their first year of Ministry training to do a summer placement. This year however, we are really pleased to be able to call on men with preaching gifts from among our own number to take services.
That said, we do also have a special visitor coming to speak Continue reading “Conrad Mbewe and the summer programme”
NBBC Member, Rachel Martin, has just returned from her eighth trip with Reach Out Bulgaria. The charity is a compassion ministry which engages with the plight of the disabled inmates of the state orphanages in that impoverished Country. You can read Rachel’s full report by downloading the document here: Bulgaria 2012.
Kath Lawrence started at North Bradley primary school during WWI and is still a member of NBBC today. Continue reading “1912-2012 A hundred years of experience”