'Gospel' Tagged Posts

'Gospel' Tagged Posts

Helions Activities and Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Update – 29/08/2020 – The situation with the Coronavirus is ever changing and we are currently seeking to follow goverment guidance on how we may be able to hold events at the gospel hall. Unfortunatly that has meant that many of our events are currently cancelled and we are needing to think carefully about how they can be restarted in the current climate if at all. If you have any questions about events, please contact us and we will get…

Understanding the Gospel

As a church we desire that people would come to know the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. With these in mind, we would like to share the website produced by christians from different areas of the United Kingdom, with a few contributors from other countries. Each of us are active members of our local churches and passionate about the gospel. Our relationships with each other are informal and based upon our common faith in the Lord Jesus…

Good News 4 You

It’s always good to find good resources. Good news 4 you have provided just that, just click to get more information.

Can we “rank” sin?

   Well known singer-songwriter Jack Johnson released a song back in 2004 called ‘Good People’, and a part of it went like this: Well it’s bad, getting worse Where did all the good people go? I’ve been changing channels,  I don’t see them on the TV shows, Where did all the good people go? He poses a very good question, and it’s one that looking around us we might actually struggle to answer. There are some pretty awful things happening…

Floods, floods, and more floods

At the end of November, the news headlines were constantly based around the tragic flooding that was being endured by Wales and the west of England.  Our thoughts and prayers are with those people who have lost much and been affected by flooding. This reminded me of a time recorded in the Bible when God flooded the whole earth so as to wipe it clean of every living thing.  It was deep enough so that the highest mountain was submerged…

Remember November

November is a month when we are caused to remember. Firstly on November 5th we have Bonfire Night. While sitting around the fire and with the fireworks overhead it is a night when according to the old rhyme we are supposed to remember “gunpowder, treason and plot”. Apparently the tradition of lighting a bonfire goes back to the bonfires which were lit around London to celebrate the preservation of King James’ life following the failed plot of Guy Fawkes to…

The Lance Armstrong Debacle

Everyone has seen and heard about the findings against Lance Armstrong and his former pro-cycling team – the damning verdict was delivered…”he doped before his cancer…he doped after his cancer…he doped in his glory years…and he doped on his comeback.” Here is a man who thought that he had gotten away with cheating all of his career. But justice caught up with him.The Bible says something to each and every single one of us – “be sure your sins will…

You’re being watched!

You probably are aware of this but you are being watched, more than ever.  With increasing amounts of CCTV cameras on the streets, in shops and in gardens, our movements are being recorded like never before. It doesn’t bother some people, but really annoys others. But it certainly helps make some accountable for their crimes.  How many times have we had CCTV pictures released to help identify and catch criminals? But there is something else that we ought to remember. We…

Results Results Results

  As students, parents or teachers we’ve just been through the exam period and by now have had the big ‘D’ day for ‘A’ level and GCSE results. The hard work put in over the last few years we hope for the most part has paid off for those of you who’ve just done your exams.  The hours and hours of coursework and all the revision made all the difference and got you that grade you were hoping for –…

“In the beginning, God created the Heaven and the earth”

  As Christians, we implicitly trust the Bible’s account of how the universe came into being. None of us at the Gospel Hall are scientists, but we can see all around us with our own eyes the beauty of the world – and we see within it the mark of an intelligent creator…God. It is this creator God who has also offered us the way of salvation. As great as His creation is, His love is far greater. Despite the…