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The Apostles’ Doctrine: The Foundation of Faith – Kel Hammond

Kel Hammond lives in Sydney and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at Yagoona.
Recently Kel published a paper entitled “The Apostles’ Doctrine – The Foundation of NT Faith”. A link to the paper is attached. Kel discusses “the Apostles Doctrine” on Wilderness conversations.
Jacky was born in the UK during the war and moved to Australia as a young mother and has an extraordinary story to tell.
Jacky shares her story with us on Wilderness Conversations.

What is the unforgivable sin? Mark Dennes

Mark Dennes lives in Sydney and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia that meets at Riverwood.
Recently Mark has done some work on what the scriptures refers to as – “a sin unto death”
What is this sin that will not be forgiven and have we committed it?

Preaching in Eastern Europe – David and Kathryn Pearce

David and Kathryn Pearce live in the UK
David’s first preaching trip to Russia was in 1994, followed by the Ukraine in 1995, and Kazakhstan in 2003. David and Kathryn have continued the preaching work in Eastern Europe making around four trips every year for Bible Schools and welfare visits and in 1998 implemented the Cherith parcel scheme, which sends around 400 parcels a year from UK brothers and sisters to Christadelphian families in East Europe.
David and Kathryn talk about their experiences in the past and the changes that are happening at the moment in the UK.

Like grapes in the wilderness, I found Israel

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