In the Footsteps of Paul
Ware Christadelphians : A Christian Journey
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5d ago
Back to the blue skies of Turkey…. Why the rush to Pisidian Antioch? Well, we mentioned last time that Paul had sailed from Paphos in Cyprus. Acts 13 tells us that the chief Roman proconsul on the island was a man named Sergius Paulus. He hears Paul teaching about the resurrection of Jesus and becomes a Christian believer. If you become a follower of Jesus, the first thing you want to do is tell others – especially your family – about this amazing change in your life. What’s a recent convert on Cyprus got to do with a Roman colony town in the middle of the Turkish mountains? It took another 1 ..read more
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In the footsteps of Paul
Ware Christadelphians : A Christian Journey
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1M ago
So Paul sets off. It is clear that without biblical texts outlining the journey in detail that we don’t know his exact route. Modern scholars reckon there are perhaps four possible routes that Paul may have travelled on but these ancient pavements give us a real idea of just what travelling was like for him. Here are some pics of one stretch of the trail that is particularly inspiring. It takes a bit of searching to find the new waymark red and white paint signs which lead steeply uphill to the now ruined city of Adada. There is still a flight of wide white rock steps that you can clamber up ..read more
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Walking with Jesus
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1M ago
There is a chapter in the Bible that I want to share with you because I feel that it is one of the most inspiring, most hopeful and most life-changing ones that we can read !  It’s Luke chapter 24. Image by rneitzey from Pixabay From a timing perspective, this occurred after the crucifixion, but most importantly, the tomb was empty and Jesus was alive.  Angels had told a group of women that Jesus was alive, and he had also appeared to Mary in person and spoken to her.  Later the same day two of Jesus’ followers, were walking away from Jerusalem towards a village called Emmaus.&n ..read more
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Following in the footsteps of Paul
Ware Christadelphians : A Christian Journey
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2M ago
Leave the English winter and head back out into the sunshine… Paul and two friends arrive by boat from Cyprus at the end of a long hot summer in AD 46. Acts 13 says they sailed from Paphos and came ashore in coastal Pamphyllia. The narrative tells us that the companions land at Perge – their landing port has long silted up and the nearest harbour is now Antalya in modern Turkey. You might think that after a few sea voyages (it had already been a long Mediterranean trip from Syria to arrive at Salamis in Cyprus) the trio would want to spend a bit of down time at the seaside. Here it would be e ..read more
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Protected: Signs for all times
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3M ago
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Following in the footsteps of Paul
Ware Christadelphians : A Christian Journey
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5M ago
Would you like to leave the chilly winter weather behind and come for a walk in the sunshine, following in the footsteps of the apostle Paul? Stepping out beside him as he travels around Turkey preaching the good news about Jesus? Well you can do that here, walking sections of The St Paul Trail – a waymarked hike that tries to imagine the route Paul might have taken when the gospel first arrived in mainland Asia Minor. There is a good reason for our journey. One other than suns rays instead of the frosty British winter weather outside your window! This hike makes the scriptures come to life i ..read more
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Protected: The road to Emmaus
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6M ago
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Charity Coffee Morning
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7M ago
We are delighted to let you know that we are hosting another coffee morning to raise funds for the Herts/Essex (Ware) Samaritans on Saturday 18th November from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. The post Charity Coffee Morning appeared first on A Christian Journey ..read more
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Preparing for the new King
Ware Christadelphians : A Christian Journey
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1y ago
Image courtesy of Pixabay.com The United Kingdom has a new king, King Charles III.  Over the months since he became King, an increasing number of details about his coronation have been shared by the palace.  There have been announcements about what is going to happen on each day of the long weekend in May; across the country as well as in London itself.  We now know the name of the official photographer, we’ve seen the logo for the occasion and we even know which crown the Queen Consort will be wearing at the coronation.  Although this is a new king for the UK, almost ever ..read more
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Protected: All things work together…
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1y ago
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