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This article first appeared in the Winter 2007 edition of MOVE Magazine. Agapé UK sent a team of graduates to help others discover Jesus in the Middle East. However, they readily admitted it hasn’t been easy. It’s been hard to start conversations that continue, and hard to make relationships that stick. However, whenever they throw parties, things suddenly start to
By Jo Blower This article was first published in the Summer 2007 edition of MOVE Magazine. As someone once said about prayer, “easy does not do it.” I can chat to God quite happily – I can sit in his presence, be in awe of him, hear from him, and have revelations about him, but warrior-style intercession? Not so much.
By Kimberley Carribine Working on a Middle Eastern campus as part of her year-long assignment, Kimberley was frustrated by the lack of opportunities she had to talk to others about her faith in Jesus. Then one morning as she was working on her language studies in a café, her friend John came in. He talked about how God was opening
By Joel Wilson This article was first published in the Summer 2007 edition of MOVE Magazine. Jesus-followers and truth-seekers come together to grapple with the Book of Books. From the next room it sounds like a lecture. Glance up at the photo on the left; it looks like a lecture. Sit down with the many 20- and 30-somethings and listen
By Lesley Cheesman So many teach that leadership is about serving, therefore “it’s not about me”. Of course that is true . . . or is it? Christian leadership is about following Christ’s example. In chapter 28 of Matthew’s account of Jesus’ life, Jesus explains that he did not come to be served but to serve. He did this with
By Dave Whitman This article was first published in the Summer 2005 issue of MOVE Magazine. Dave Whitman reflects on his journey from Leeds University to Krasnoyarsk. “I was enjoying a lazy university afternoon with a good book and a cup of tea, when the doorbell rang. No one else was in, so I was forced to open the door…”