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COMMUNITY

In this section of the D. H. Ruffle Memorial Library, we examine aspects of Christian Community past and present. As we explore missional life-styles, our prayer is that these volumes will inspire, motivate and challenge each of us to greater dedication to loving service to Christ, His Church, and also to the World. Amen.

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LATEST ACQUISITION:

Before the advent of audio recorders and our modern instant media and uTube, preachers would have their important messages transcribed and printed as booklets. Here we present a compilation of four sermons given in London in 1923. Soundly scriptural, they explore the values and meaning of true fellowship – with God and with each other within the Christian community. Four homilies on “Fellowship; Its Nature and Posibilities” given by M.W.B. in Lewisham, South London, in 1923: an EXCLUSIVE addition to our Library, courtesy of New Life Publications, Wales. (We are still researching the identity of the speaker.)  -added, 18th January 2012.

:: Read or download:

“FELLOWSHIP; Its Nature and Possibilities” – Four Addresses at Lewisham, 1923   (New Life)

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“Anyone who wants to know what this “Kingdom of God” is all about – should read on for information and inspiration!”

:: Read or download: ‘Kingdom Seekers’ -Jesus Army UK

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Let us be radical enough to love one another! May the Jesus Fellowship story be an incentive to end-time obedience.” - Roger Forster.

:: Read or download: ‘Fire In Our Hearts’ -Jesus Army UK

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The first book - after our Bibles –  to be added to this library, because it is a passionate exhortation to mission!

:: Read or download: ‘Bartholomew’ – a Sermon

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Written by Catherine Booth, the co-founder of the Salvation Army. She was the one who fired-up her husband, General William Booth, to get up out of his seat and reach out to the poor and destitute. What followed was nothing less than a late 19th century revival.

:: Read or download: ‘Aggressive Christianity’ -Catherine Booth

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Our thanks to the Jesus Army UK for permission to post two of their books here in our library. http://www.jesus.org.uk/ja-books

 

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