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Church, is your conscience not conscripted?

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This is the message that needs to be shared as the traditional Church system is shaking and crumbling, and the sons of God are about to come forth to reveal Christ to the world. God bless you all and open doors for opportunities to get this Word out quickly! 

Donna Nefferdorf

As His Disciples, are we operating as effectively as we can? As His Body, are we aiming for all that He asks of us? As His Bride, are we prepared for what is about to come? If you answered no to any or all these questions, then you would agree that the Church needs to STOP with business as usual.

Seamus Bannon

A Manifesto of Preparation

What people say

Have you ever read something that caused you to weep? To weep both bitter and sweet tears because the very thing you are reading is exactly what God has been saying to your heart for years?

Richard Henry

If there ever was a word or message for church at this point in history, this is it! Franks succinctly articulates what growing numbers of true believers have been sensing and thinking.

Tolly Owens

Mental Health & Faith

A series of films hosting a conversation for the Church on anxiety & depression

My Heart Notes Bible Studies

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Discipleship & Facebook aren’t compatible; we need to prepare together in another place.

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A Podcast to Breach the Chaos of the Church

Why Should We Take Jesus Seriously? Into the Pray

Hello everyone!This is a special episode of the Into the Pray podcast specifically with our Edinburgh neighbours in mind! Thank you for making the effort to come through to listen to this episode and we hope that we've managed to strike the right balance in both how and what we discuss. Thanks also to Gareth Hides for joining Nick to make this episode happen. Our priority in this podcast as a whole is to address the "chaos of the Church" – and the Church is more chaotic that any of us are currently able to see. (We've discussed this at length in the early parts of season 1).This chaotic landscape, (ie one church saying one thing, another church saying something very different, a lack of unity around the things that Jesus actually said), probably means that you're not interested in attending any of the 300+ churches in the city of Edinburgh. We completely understand that. We understand that there is often hypocrisy, contradiction, confusion and compromise regarding what the Church stands for (and doesn't stand for);  we understand that there is often no real substance or power to what is currently understood to be "the Church".We are so sorry that this is the way it has become, especially in recent decades in Britain. As such, as part of the Church ourselves, we apologise unreservedly on behalf of the Church. However, there also remains spectacularly, (incomparably!) good news that will never spoil or fade…What is the core of the gospel message, really? – That Jesus Christ, the Messiah, lived, was crucified, was resurrected to life on the third day and is returning to redeem a people who will be ready for Him… just as a Bride is made ready for a Bridegroom. Once again, the gospel integrally includes the urgency of the Second Coming firmly, daily, in mind. – That forgiveness for sin – any sin, absolutely any sin, once and for all – is immediately available by trusting in the name of Jesus, by believing in His "atoning" sacrifice on the cross, by believing in your heart that He is Lord and by confessing with your mouth that, by faith, He is yours.Why is this different from any other message on the earth?Grace is uniquely Christian. Only Jesus offers eternal salvation as a gift and that to receive this gift we need not do anything other than believe. Grace is the "unmerited favour" of God and there is nothing that any of us can do to make God love us more or less than He already does. This is very, very good news!We don't have all the answers but we do want to boldly give the most important answer of all: "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16). In what is arguably the most uncertain period of modern history, it is our obligation (and privilege!) to point you clearly in the right direction – to Jesus Christ, "…the way, the truth and the life…" and "…the only way to the Father".Please take our word for it: the Church is the problem, not God!Please feel free to drop us any questions or knock on our front door; we'd love to hear from you. in Jesus' Name, Nick & Mairi xx
  1. Why Should We Take Jesus Seriously?
  2. 1 Corinthians (part 10)
  3. Cowardice in Chaos (feat. Ann Widdecombe)
  4. 1 Corinthians (part 9)
  5. The Abhorrence of Abortion (feat. Dave Brennan)