Author Archives: sheila

Virtual Reality

Modern technology can be used for good or bad purposes. It used to be said “the camera never lies” and a picture would serve as accurate documentary evidence of an event or person but things have changed in recent years. … Continue reading

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A Future for Iraqi Christians

We recently produced this DVD for the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME). They are one of the few Christian charities helping refugees on the ground in Iraq, Jordan and Kurdistan. Little or no help comes … Continue reading

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How to live stress-free in a stress-filled world

Do you think it’s possible to live a life without stress? In this world it’s becoming increasingly difficult. According to The Mental Health Foundation, anxiety and depression are now the most common mental disorders in UK. Millions of anti-depressants are … Continue reading

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The Bible in Stones and Statues

You may think stones and statues are boring and of no interest but don’t dismiss them too quickly.  Some years ago we filmed a lecture series based on the various objects and artefacts to be found in the British Museum … Continue reading

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Marriage Made in Heaven?

Do you have a marriage made in heaven? Do you believe God brought you together? When people marry they may think so but a few years down the line things may be very different. It is a sad fact that … Continue reading

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Old Wine is the Best

From time to time we come across archive material that has been forgotten by most people but turns out to contain valuable gems that hold a timeless quality. This is certainly true of the audio and video recordings of Elisabeth … Continue reading

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A Heart for the Lost

As Christians we all know that God’s Plan of Salvation is for the whole world. However the early church did not realise this straightaway. Even after Jesus died and was resurrected they believed the gospel was only for the Jews. … Continue reading

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Bible Alive! Olive Tree Symbolism

The Bible is not a dead book; it is ALIVE and full of symbolism but unless we know something of its history, culture and language we cannot understand it and we miss so many gems. It was no accident that … Continue reading

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Jesus – the Just Judge

In the Book of Revelation we see Jesus in three main roles: King of Kings, Bridegroom and Just Judge. While the first two may be familiar to us, the last one is perhaps not so. One aspect of Biblical teaching … Continue reading

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How Free Are You Today?

On Monday 15th June 2015 a group of Christians gathered in the Palace Yard Westminster to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, a document that was to revolutionise the world, bringing democracy, justice and freedom … Continue reading

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