Three and a half years ago I was baptised and joined the Christadelphians.

Three and a half years ago I was baptised and joined the Christadelphians. I have been so blessed to have had the upbringing I had; I have been able to go to youth events regularly from a young age and have grown up in an ecclesia (the term Christadelphians use for our congregation) with other young people my age as well as some incredible “aunties and uncles” who were and are such an example to me. I cannot imagine a happy life without the loving and caring community my family is a part of, and this encouraged me to look into the Bible and its message for myself. As I got older, I began to pay more attention to what was happening in the world around me, particularly in the Middle East. Seeing how current events fit so evidently and undeniably into Bible prophecy (foretelling the future often many years before it happens) was the main factor that made me recognise the proximity of Christ’s return and prompted me to get baptised. Bible prophecy is always something that drives and sustains my faith, as it shows the validity of God’s Word through its fulfilment. More recently, I have started really appreciating the wonder of God’s creation all around me, as I became more active and started spending more time outdoors during lockdown. This appreciation strengthens my faith and makes me so certain that becoming a Christadelphian was the best choice I have ever and will ever make. pershore.bible pershore-christadelphians.org

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