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Message of thanks.

We had a wonderful weekend with Ian Green. He brought a message that challenged our thinking and understanding of how we do church. His message also inspires us to believe that God can and wants to use us.
We are seeking God to transform our town and God used Ian to start the conversation of how God wants us to be part of transforming our Town.

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Ian’s trip to Peoria

We were thrilled to have Ian Green with us at Riverside Community Church on Sunday, April 15, 2018. The current sermon series is titled “The Cause”. Today is our Missions Day. We know Ian Green as a man of Faith and a man who imparts Grace. By the time the sermon is over, “Grace will …

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Restoring Dignity

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Dignity is a word that we all understand and believe that as God’s children we all deserve to be treated with dignity, and in turn should treat people that we meet with the same. This is a value that we try to uphold with the people we minister to in Romania. 

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Developing Nations!

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In our world, we tend to put countries into two categories: developed, and developing. But what does developing mean? And what direction are they developing in?

Take Uganda, a country in central Africa that I have had the opportunity to visit 3 times in the past year; it has experienced lots of challenges and is still a ‘developing’ country.
But it has experienced lots of successes as well.

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Change is here to stay

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It was an honour last year to add fuel to the fire that was already beginning ignited in the way that Malvern Christian Assembly ((MCA) were thinking about how they do church. Intentional thinking has helped them to focus not just in doing good for their community but how they can begin to transform the community that they find themselves in.  What has transpired since that visit has been nothing short of incredible.

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Our ‘Diaper a Day’ Success Story!

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It is hard to believe that in an EU country mothers are still making the torturous decision of whether to give their babies a bottle of milk to go to bed with, or a diaper – they cannot afford both! When this situation first came to my attention a few years back, my sense of justice, as well as being a parent myself, meant that I could not allow this injustice to continue.

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