Monthly Archives: August 2014

An apology for being unable to contact us

We are sorry, that you have been unable to contact us. When we set up our new website, we put the wrong email address into our contact forms. So when people filled them in, the emails went nowhere.

Thankfully it has been brought to our attention and we have now fixed the problem. But if you wish to contact us, here is our correct email address:

cannockchristadelphians@gmail.com

 

Weekly World Watch update

The idea is simple. It is to look at current events and compare them to events spoken of in the Bible. The intention of the Weekly World Watch then is to bring to our attention those things, which fit in with what the scriptures say will happen in the last days before Christ returns.

Ebola outbreak, are we heading towards a catastrophe?

 

Glad Tidings magazine August

CurrentCoverGlad Tidings is a monthly magazine published by the Christadelphians (brothers and sisters in Christ) and available throughout the world.

The magazine endeavours to promote Bible study and call to attention a true understanding of the gospel. While also warning men and women of the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ to the earth to judge mankind and set up the coming kingdom of God in the earth.

To look at the current issue, just click on the cover and the pdf will open up in a new window.

Booklet of the month

This booklet is one of a series of booklets written by Christadelphians to explain and summarise our fundamental beliefs and basic Bible principles. We recommend that you read this booklet with your Bible in hand.

israel_gods_landTo open the booklet, just click on the cover and it will open up in a new window.

 

Weekly World Watch update

The idea is simple. It is to look at current events and compare them to events spoken of in the Bible. The intention of the Weekly World Watch then is to bring to our attention those things, which fit in with what the scriptures say will happen in the last days before Christ returns.

European anti Semitism rise during the Gaza crisis.