Monthly Archives: January 2014

Back in the UK

Thanks for following this blog over recent months. I’m now back at church in cloudy and wet Cambridge with the sights and sounds and people of Ethiopia a long way off. However I’m still in touch and there is plenty … Continue reading

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Pentecostals

The seeds of the Evangelical revival came – paradoxically – when the military government of the Derg closed churches and imprisoned believers after 1974.  As the principal of the Evangelical Theological College told me ‘then every house became a church’ … Continue reading

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Reflecting – Orthodox

I’ve just finished writing a report on the visit.  It’s been great to look back over the people I have met and the things I have done. Religion is definitely alive and well – everywhere.  But each of the churches … Continue reading

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