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Community Element - Services and What’s On’s

Friday, August 18th, 2017 Community, Hope, Service, Family, Whats On, Personal Impact, Life, Community Element | Comments

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A creative church - Fetteresso Church in Stonehaven- Connect with 'Paint and Pray', 'The Haven', 'Heart For Art'  - http://www.fetteresso.org/

A proactive community church - City Church (Aberdeen)meeting in Mackie Academy - 'One Church, Many places'   http://citychurchaberdeen.org/

What's on's from www.christiandiary.com

 

 

Brians Good News - 19 May 2017

Friday, May 19th, 2017 Community, Hope, Family, Personal Impact, Life, Brians Good News, Community Element, Health, Environment, Help | Comments

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In Brian's Good News Today - A Trampoline Park - to open by start July,  

Contact The Elderly - www.contact-the-elderly.org.uk  has increased its presence in Aberdeen  Contact Lorna Dunbar 01738 730249

A Care home has reached the top 20 of care homes.

The Child Brain Injury Trust has helped a school boy regain full time education after heart issues and seizures rendered him unable to manage. To find out more visit www.childbraininjurytrust.org.uk

Carers Week 12-18 June aims to raise awareness of caring . highlighting  the challenges faced by carers and recognising the contribution they make to their families Visit Fit 2 Care on Sport Aberdeen's website 

A 7 year old is determined to raise over £1000 for THe Leanne Fund which helps those with Cystic Fibrosis.

Monymusk Church is celebrating 850 years.

Music, Movies, Memories for those with demetia - D In The Park in Westburn Park on 30 May organised by Alzheimer Scotland

A New Marine Life Centre has been planned for Greyhope Bay in Aberdeen. Find outr more by visting www.greyhopebay.org.uk

 

 

 

 

Interview with John William - Home Away From Home and a Chinese Church

Thursday, May 18th, 2017 Community, International, Life | Comments

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Rob speaks to John William who is a both a Film Maker in Edinburgh and is a Pastor at a Chinese Church.  Coming out in 2018 is a brand new film about an International student who comes to the UK and her experiences.  The film draws on the experiences of many students and Chinese Culture in the UK.  The name of the film - ' Home Away From Home'

Whats Ons April - May 2017

Friday, April 28th, 2017 Community, Whats On, Life, Community Element | Comments

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from NE Scotland Christian Diary - www.christiandiary.com

 

Interview with Lynn Batham Corporate and Community Fundraiser - Charlie House

Friday, April 28th, 2017 Community, Hope, Interview, Family, Life, Community Element, Health, Help | Comments

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Charlie House – This is a local charity helping children with life limiting illnesses and their families and carers.  They carry out one to one sessions with the children and are building a new centre at Maidencraig.  CHARLIE House is not to be confused with CHAS which is about providing hospicecare

http://www.charliehouse.org.uk/

You can contact Lynn@charliehouse.org.uk or tel 01224 313333/07711 840056

Brian’s Good News 14 April 2017

Friday, April 14th, 2017 News, Hope, Personal Impact, Life, Brians Good News | Comments

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This weeks Good News was recorded at CLC Bookshop in Aberdeen.  CLC Bookshop is moving to the Academy Shopping Centre. For More information  visit - https://www.facebook.com/CLCBookshopsAberdeen/

Brian covered stories from the Evening Express - https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/

 

the story of Chris who needed support to someone who can give support

AFCCT -http://www.afccommunitytrust.org/home.php

Grampian50+ network -http://www.grampian50plusnetwork.com/

Bankhead Academy Reunion - https://allevents.in/aberdeen/bankhead-academy-reunion/1692567614359552

Restaurant served afternoon tea to elderly people - http://www.bistroverde.co.uk/

Contact the Elderly - http://www.contact-the-elderly.org.uk/

 

Dog reunited to owner by RNLI after 20m Fall down cliff - https://rnli.org/

 

Brian chose the following Scripture - Jeremiah 29:12-13   12 Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. 13 You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Hour - God Hears Our Cry

Friday, April 7th, 2017 Prayer, Personal Impact, Life, Power Hour, Challenge, Vision | Comments

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Power Hour is applying God's Word in prayer to see answers in today's world.  Today, Rob was joined by Rev Erastus Sorobi from Hope Family Church, Nairobi, Kenya on  a WhatsAPP connection using a phone fast running out of juice in a rain soaked Kenya with the power cut. We went with it.  The phone lasted the full broadcast and the power returned - A miracle of Faith.

Rev Erastus was speaking from Genesis 21 when Abraham sent Hagar and Ishmael away into the wilderness.  Hagar cried and God heard her and ensured that they had water.  The scripture then tells us that God was with the boy as he grew up  Gen 21:20.

God hears us when we call even in our lowest ebb when all else seemed to be lost.

Power Hour - Life

Friday, March 24th, 2017 Prayer, Life, Power Hour | Comments

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Prayer For The Night - What We See, What God Sees

Friday, March 24th, 2017 Devotion, Hope, Prayer, Personal Impact, Life | Comments

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Rev Nick Bowry considers what it might like to be overlooked - ' invisible ' David was over looked in his youth by his family.  God saw him and David was annointed King of Israel.

Interview with Hugh Brown - Business Development Officer for CrossReach

Friday, March 24th, 2017 Community, Hope, Life, Community Element, Health | Comments

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CrossReach http://www.crossreach.org.uk/  was launched in June 2005 and was previously known as the Church of Scotland Board of Social Responsibility. Under their new name, CrossReach continues the Church of Scotland's long tradition of providing care and support. In fact, this work started back in 1869, so they have a long history in the field of social care.

They employ more than 2,000 staff and we support some of the most vulnerable people in Scotland. CrossReach has an annual expenditure of £51 million. Most funding comes from local authorities, but they also rely on donations and legacies to help continue our vital work. (See their Fundraising pages for more information - ).