The Gospel: The Elephant in the Room
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 02-02-2013
Every time I have a conversation about the uniqueness of Christ at a student mission, someone normally brings up the parable of the five blind men of Hindustan and the elephant. You know the one with the elephant and five blind wise men, who all reach out and grab a part of the elephant? One says he has a tree in front of him when he has the elephant's leg, the other claims he has a fan, when he's got the pachyderm's ear and so on. That 'someone' who brings…
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National consultation on Fostering, Adoption & the Church
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-30-2012
I am delighted to tell you about a nationwide initiative that I am working on with Care for the Family and Evangelical Alliance. There is a pressing need in the UK for more foster and adoptive parents. There is a crisis in recruitment and retainment of foster and adoptive placements. The church is uniquely placed to offer its help to meet both of these needs. As a large social network with involvement with large numbers of families the church is fertile soil for recruitment. Once carers have been through the…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 01-24-2009
  After the possibility of an unconstititional swearing in ceremony infront of a global audience. Presidet (elect?) Obama had another private swearing in at the whitehouse. Reports claimed that this was performed without a Bible present Now there are lots of different views on whether anyone should swear on the Bible in the first place - Jesus did say : 33"Again, you have heard that it was said to the people long ago, 'Do not break your oath, but keep the oaths you have made to the Lord.' 34But I…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 10-29-2008
[caption id="attachment_663" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Shana is president of EA Zimbabwe"][/caption] EA Zimbabwe Goodwill Shana President Evangelical fellowship of Zimbabwe encouraged me to pray for his country. He told me about the real trouble with getting basic provisions like food. The education system is badly effected by the recent troubles, the teachers mostly have gone overseas, those that remain are severly underpayed, transport to schools is an issue and even a large number of the children go to school without food and are surviving on one meal a day.The churches are…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 10-27-2008
Young People and the Bible: 1) Lion Graphic Bible This is a very well produced version of the Bible with excellent full colour art work and gives young people a really good overview of the whole Bible. I used it with my oldest children and we read it together at bed time. The images are really well done and give a great sense of the dynamism and action of a lot of the bible stories. It literary starts with Genesis and ends with revelation covering both the narrative sections and…
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