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We want to help gospel workers find churches to serve – and vice versa. Through Ministry Introductions we offer two distinct services:
Connecting pastors and FIEC churches. Offering guidance and a clear, confidential process for both parties.
"Evangelism or social action?" We believe that question is an unhelpful one. Christians should be work hard to be a blessing as they share both the gospel and their lives with their neighbours.
Local churches have too often hidden away in their buildings, becoming part of a Christian ghetto, strangely alienated from the community they should be serving. Whilst recognising the primacy of proclaiming the good news about Jesus, through FIEC Mission we seek to encourage our member churches to become a blessing to their communities through ministries of mercy and justice, acting like salt and light amidst the decay and darkness.
The role and work of an ‘evangelist’ has been overlooked by many Christians, or else it has been too broadly defined and understood to the exclusion of those so gifted. The reality is that evangelists are integral to local church life - and we need more of them.
The views of a pastor who believes the Christian Sabbath should be observed as a creation ordinance. This is the second of three articles on the subject of the Sabbath as part of our “All in the Family” series.
The views of a pastor who believes the Christian Sabbath should be observed as part of God's eternal moral law. This is the first of three articles on the subject of the Sabbath as part of our “All in the Family” series.
In November 2014, the Charity Commission published an inquiry report into a Christian charity. Although this was not an FIEC church, there are important lessons that our churches can learn from the investigation which are outlined in this...
The Scottish government has announced that applications are open for a new scheme to assist Scottish charities with paying their water and sewerage charges. This article explains the announcement and how Scottish FIEC churches can benefit.
The Charity Commission has released a warning encouraging charities to report serious incidents to them. This article outlines what ‘serious incidents’ include and other details relevant to our family of churches.