Founded in 1849, the Brighton and Hove City Mission has a rich and fascinating history
Berni Bannier’s well researched book
From a background of sex, drugs, rock and roll; and heartache Mark Edwards AKA MC tempo discovered the amazing fact that God loved him and that Jesus was alive.
Easter 2011 saw a unique event in the history of Brighton and Hove. It’s first open-air Passion Play based on the Bible account of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Colleen’s story is a record of one woman’s life showing God’s love and mercy through grief, tragedy and inexpressible joy.
This is the moving account of a life still causing controversy. A life so powerful it reset the clocks of history.
You are twenty-four hours nearer to the moment of your death than you were at this time yesterday. This points powerfully to the fact that there is one inescapable question that ultimately faces every human being on our planet. Old or young, rich or poor, educated or otherwise, robustly healthy or seriously ill, black, white or any other colour, we all face this stark and simple question: Where do we go from here?
We live in what has been called ‘a world with ragged edges’. Earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, fires, famine and other natural disasters kill millions of people and injure countless others, sometimes wiping out huge numbers within a few hours.