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    Developments in Scotland

    John Stevens gives an update on the work of the Fellowship in Scotland and the exciting appointment of a Scotland Director for FIEC.

  • Scotland

    We recognise that the challenges of ministering the gospel are different in different parts of Great Britain. It’s for that reason that we appointed FIEC Scotland Director Andy Hunter.

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    Scottish Churches: Connecting for Mission

    One of the ways FIEC serves Independent churches is by encouraging them to work together in the great task of reaching the nation for Christ. Rachel Dalby reports back from our recent Scottish Mission Forum, designed to encourage these missional connections in Scotland.

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    Sing Scotland

    Our friends at 20schemes are partnering with Getty Music and Desiring God for ‘Sing Scotland’, a day conference and evening concert in Edinburgh this June. We asked Katie Johnson to tell us more.

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    A Shared Vision in Scotland

    Andy Hunter introduces us to a new course that we are running at a key Bible college north of the border. We’re partnering with Edinburgh Theological Seminary to help students preparing for ministry in an Independent church setting.

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    Eat, Pray, Love (and Plant Churches)

    Our Scotland Director reports back from an event that brought church leaders together to envision them for church planting in Scotland.

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    For Glasgow, Scotland and the World

    Andy Hunter pays tribute to former Scottish President of FIEC, Gavin Burns McAllister, who was called home in February. Gavin was also Scottish Chairman of the Zambesi Mission and Pastor Emeritus of Finnieston Evangelical Church, Glasgow.

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    Ways Forward

    Andy Hunter reports back from the inaugural Pathways Conference in Scotland.

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    Building Momentum

    From 25th to 26th of March, a group of church leaders met with some of the FIEC Directors to discuss the possibilities for our Fellowship in Scotland. Steve Crosthwaite, Associate Pastor of Newcraigs Evangelical Church, shares his reflections on those 24 hours.

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    Reaching the Scottish Borders

    Andy Hunter reports on Scotland’s newest FIEC church in Dumfries, which has seen conversion growth and baptisms in recent years.

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    No Mean City

    Andy Hunter, our new Scotland Director, reflects on the gospel heritage and current opportunities in Scotland’s largest city.

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    Revitalising Scotland

    Can the ageing Scottish church be saved? Andy Hunter calls for a new generation of young bi-vocational pastors to lead the charge.

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    Kingdom Vision?

    In less than two weeks, the residents of Scotland will be voting on whether their country should remain part of the United Kingdom. Andy Hunter explains why we should all take a prayerful interest in the outcome.

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    Pastoral Refreshment in Scotland

    It’s often hard for pastors and pastoral workers to genuinely take time out of ministry to pray, reflect and study. That’s why the Scottish FIEC Pastor’s retreat takes place each summer. For Alan Guy, this year’s retreat promised much but delivered even more.

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    Recharged, Encouraged, Sent Out

    Mark Deering attended the very first Pathways Conference in Scotland last year and it opened the door for a ministry internship. This year he returned, gathering with 50 others in Scotland who are exploring full-time gospel ministry. So what did he make of it the second time around?

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    Unchanging Truth in a Changing Culture

    In a city with more bookmakers than evangelical churches, there has never been a greater need for gospel-centred churches to encourage one another. Scotland Director Andy Hunter reports on a gathering of FIEC churches in Glasgow which was designed to do just that.

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    Soft Hearts in Hard Places

    20schemes is a ministry of Niddrie Community Church in Edinburgh which has a vision to see gospel churches planted in 20 of Scotland’s most deprived housing schemes (estates). Andy Hunter gives his reflections on attending one of their weekend conferences.

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    A New Church for Orkney

    Orkney has the shortest scheduled air route in the world (with a flight time of one minute and 30 seconds), a village that predates Stonehenge, 18 hours of daylight in the summer, and, as of November, FIEC’s most northerly recognised church plant. Andy Hunter, our Scotland Director, has just returned from visiting the plant and tells us more.

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    By Women, For Women

    The Scottish Women’s Bible Convention is held every Autumn with the aim of providing a day of faithful Bible teaching by women for women. Claire Cruickshank tells us about her experience of this year’s gathering.

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    A New Pastor

    Avoch Congregational Church has been through a remarkable revitalisation since 2011, with numbers growing substantially to a consistent core. But when the church called a new pastor last year they needed to make sure they were legally compliant. Elder Les Smith says this is where FIEC Practical Services came in.