The Bible’s frequent refrain — ‘His people’ and ‘our God’ — repeatedly reminds us that we are a community — part of God’s family. Like a body, each part has a vital role to play. The Lord has formed us for a collective purpose. We are dedicated to adopting the values of God. We are committed to doing the works of faith we have seen in Jesus, and the very ones we hope to perform with His constant aid.
Faith can grow abundantly when we understand and fully embrace the fact that God has put us together on purpose.
Accordingly, the Christadelphian community is committed to a vision of Cultivating Faith Together.
After some hard thinking about how they can make the biggest difference, the WCF got structured to advance that vision as effectively as they can.
Like our Christadelphian ecclesia in Belgium the WCF is focused on faith because it is the bedrock of our relationship with God and His Son. It is what compels us to walk with them for good, for a lifetime. And our faith is what is tested in the daily trials and decisions of life.
The WCF and our Belgian ecclesia is committed to cultivating more faith together.
We hope you will join us in this great cause. We seek those who want to give their hands, their hearts, their financial resources. We know that, together, we can truly grow more faith.
All financial help is welcome
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Many rulers have tried to knock down the people under their government. Lots of ruling systems have been tried out throughout the ages, but not ever one human government succeeded to do everything good for everyone in the community. Lots of governments tried to silence many voices. For those who dared to speak out and to stand up everything after they had been tortured we should have respect.
But we too should not let roll over us and should try to make a world around us worth living for all creatures, man, plant and animal. Each time we become disillusioned we should continue to look for the light in the darkness and when we fell down each time we should get up again, in the knowledge that it is by falling and standing up that we can grow.