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To the Ends of the Earth: The United Kingdom
On Election Day, Chief Executive Ian Roberts shares his take on what it's like being a Christian in the United Kingdom.
To the Ends of the Earth: Closed countries
This month we caught up with J and P, friends of CEM who regularly travel to closed countries to encourage Christians and share the gospel.
Can you really use the Bible in evangelism?
As you plan ahead for Christmas services, why not consider following up with a Bible-based series for those who want to know more?
Throughout October we'll be sharing stories of people whose lives changed when they met Jesus. This is János's story.
To the Ends of the Earth: East Africa
We spoke to Sam Oyirwoth about ministry in East Africa: "I believe CEM has a great role to play in the development of leaders for the work of the gospel and also in discipling people across East Africa."
Throughout October we'll be sharing stories of people whose lives changed when they met Jesus. This is Richard's story.
To the Ends of the Earth: Malaysia
As our team at CEM prepares to travel to East Asia next month, we spoke to Mei Ling (East Asia Coordinator - UK) and Sue Yee (Regional Network Director) about ministry in Malaysia.
Identity, mission, call in Mark's gospel
Rico Tice explains what 'identity, mission, and call' means, where it came from, and how it works in Mark's Gospel.
The church next door
Have you ever thought about partnering with neighbouring churches to reach your community for Christ? Hamilton Road Baptist church, in Bangor, Northern Ireland, did just that, with encouraging results.
Was blind, but now I see
Rohan shares his story. He wants people to know that the troubles that they face in this life are temporary, but faith in Christ is for eternity.
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