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South Africa to Mexico: Vaya con Dios

Carla Harding, 18th May, 2009

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines.

The Prodigal Continent By Ian Nicholson

Ian Nicholson, 5th May, 2009

But while Europe was still a long way off the Father saw it and was filled with compassion. He ran to the people of Europe and threw his arms around them and kissed them ….

Electrical Storm By Pete Greig

Pete Greig, 4th May, 2009

"Let’s see the colours that have never been seen. Let’s go places no one else has been… Well if the sky can crack there must be some way back, To love and only love.

We Must Respond by Peter Stanley

Peter Stanley, 28th April, 2009

Imagine… you live in a family in a poor area of the world, say Moldova. Life is tough, very tough, because most people have left for other countries and there’s little work available.

Steadfast for our Cities By Jon Petersen

Jon Petersen, 16th April, 2009

All across the world the Lord is calling his church back to unity and to prayer.  Prayer without unity doesn’t reach heaven; unity without prayer doesn’t change the earth.

Loving the Unclean By Dan Jones

Daniel Jones, 3rd April, 2009

Peter had been wiped out since this guy Jesus had turned up at his work and told him to quit his job and follow him a couple of years ago. He had seen some amazing things including healings, resurrections and even a new sport called 'water walking' during his time with this man.

'Why Are We Here?': A 24-7 Community Conversation

Phil Togwell, 2nd April, 2009

David opened his book and read the following; “If Christians are going to nurture common life among members of intentional community, they must become self-aware enough to know who they are, what they are about, and why they are about it.” This short quote, and the questions it posed (who are we? what are we about? why are we about it?), probably shaped our conversations in The Liberty Bell last Monday evening.

Lent: The Divine Exchange

Sarah Bainbridge, 30th March, 2009

“Not all who wander are aimless. Especially not those who seek truth beyond tradition, beyond definition…” (Mona Lisa Smile, Sony Pictures, 2003) I always liked the pancakes and the Easter eggs, but the bit in between was another matter.

Prayer Stops Carnival Violence in Brazil

Carla Harding, 16th March, 2009

“We really enjoyed praying!” Writes Trina from Brazil.  “Our church is tiny so it was pretty incredible that we managed to fill all 24 hours but people were wonderful.

Non-Stop Prayer in Philippines: Changing Lives, Planting Churches

Sheena Littlehale, 12th March, 2009

God is doing amazing things in an island province of the Philippines! A recent email from Arthur Peter, a missionary from the Netherlands, told of the call to prayer God is stirring in the heart of his community. He shared about the recent shift in focus for the approximately 20 home groups that comprise their church network called Touching The Nations:      "[We are] a newly started mission organization whose heart is to see churches and people pray.

Convicts Catch Vision to Pray

, 11th March, 2009

Each week 24-7 receives encouraging emails from around the world from people learning to pray by praying.  This week the below email jumped out at us and we just had to share it.

5 Weeks, 5 States and 13 Campuses Later!

Lindsay Ellyson, 5th March, 2009

There is something about sharing the gospel with others on a consistent basis that is waking me up!  After five weeks in five states spreading the 24-7 Campus America vision on 13 university campuses across the USA, I am convinced that we were born to bear the message of God’s reconciliation.  “In Christ, God is reconciling the world to Himself, not counting their sin against them, and entrusting to us the ministry of reconciliation.

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