Together (Autumn 2018)
Featuring stories from across our Fellowship of gospel-driven churches.
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In this issue…
- Serving our gospel vision -John Stevens gives an update on FIEC strategy and staff.
- Lansdowne without walls - The story of Lansdowne Church’s building project.
- Just do something - Phil Topham introduces us to Reach North Wales (Cyrraedd Pobl Gogledd Cymru) which has been set up to help support church planting and revitalisation across North Wales.
- GDPR – subject access requests - Mark Jones helps us understand Subject Access Requests which form part of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) launched in May.
- Evaluate your training - Adrian Reynolds explains why he has written a book about his training manifesto for Independent churches.
- A new thing in Scotland - Lucy Hiorns shares the story of a gospel work in one of the most deprived areas in Scotland.
- What’s in a name? - Abi Colthrust introduces us to a new name for one FIEC church and tells the story of how they used the change to share Christ with their community in Enfield.
- Market town plant - The need for a gospel witness in rural parts of England is vast. Read about a new church starting in the town of Bakewell.
- Supporting missionaries - Mike Hitchings shares how his church in Farnham has grown and how they are involved in supporting mission.
- Protecting the vulnerable - Details of a new programme designed to help churches to understand and meet the requirements of safeguarding.
...as well as book reviews, new church affiliations and other stories.