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The Herald - November 2012

Read about UCCD's exciting church planting opportunities in Ras Al Khaimah

The Herald - October 2012

How should Christians relate to the law? Read about it in the October issue of the Herald

Church Shopping

What follows is an imaginary conversation between two demons on how to undermine the local church... Dear Stolas, You ask in your letter about the key to undermining the church as quickly as possible This is scarcely rocket science, but, as you ask, we will try to enlighten you.

The Herald - August 2012

Are you struggling with self-centeredness. Read the August edition of the Herald to help you combat this sin.

The Herald - July 2012

What dose biblical love look like in community? How should God’s people love one another? How do we do this when relationships are so hard and messy?

The Herald - June 2012

Are you one of those Christians who loves Jesus and wants to evangelise, but doesn’t know how? Don’t know where to start? Does one need to have a special feeling or training in order to begin a conversation about Jesus?

The Herald - May 2012

1. How to Listen to a Sermon, by Phil Ryken 2. Practice True Spirituality by Donald S.Whitney 3. 7 Ways to Build a Spiritual Conversation by Bobby Jamieson 4. Nicodemus : When Knowing the Bible isn’t Enough by Derek Thomas 5. 3 Simple Ways to Encourage Your Pastor by R.C Sproul JR

The Herald - April 2012

The Passion Week draws near and people all over the world watch as Christians observe Good Friday and Easter. What makes Good Friday good? Why is the resurrection of Jesus Christ important to our faith? For all this and more see this month's Herald.

The Herald - March 2012

Have you ever thought about encouraging your brother or sister in the Lord? What’s the difference between trite flattery and godly encouragement? How does this look in the community of God's people? For all this and more see this months Herald.

The Destroyer at Dehra Dun

I had expected much more. From outside, the Hindu temple in Dehra Dun, northern India, was ornate and impressive. But as Anand Samuel and I entered the temple, it was just a big room with cold concrete flooring. (We had removed our shoes before entering.) There were no priests, no teaching, no choirs, although music played outside all day long over loudspeakers. Painted flowers and Hindi signage covered the walls inside, warning adherents not to offer money to Shiva, the "Destroyer," and not to be flippant in their acts of worship but to take them seriously.