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A community of peoples in PRAYER and ACTION for world evangelisation. The founding, training, and development of new indigenous mission movements.

Nations is a small but growing expression of a global phenomena joining hands across the East/West divide, bringing strength to strength for the purpose of making disciples of all nations.

 
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Friday, 16 January 2015 17:11
Nations Trust’s status with UKVI

 

It has been brought to our attention that some Christian publications have stated recently that Nations has had its licence with the UK Visa & Immigration authority revoked.

This has never been the case. We were the subject of an unannounced and rigorous inspection in May 2014, lasting seven hours. Some relatively minor record-keeping issues were found and, as a result, our licence was downgraded from A-status to B-status.

This downgrade meant that we were unable to issue new invitations to ‘religious workers’ (UKVI’s term) and others, but those already here were allowed to continue their work.

UKVI offered an ‘Action Plan’ at a cost of £1,460 to remedy matters, which we accepted. It had a three-month time limit. If we had not satisfactorily completed this, it may well have resulted in our licence being revoked.

 

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Wednesday, 18 March 2015 13:35

Crossroads (PDF brochure is available; click here)

10 -17 October 2015
Llanelli, South Wales

This is just to let you know that we are holding a one-week residential course of teaching, community living and discovery, for Christians who are longing for a deeper walk with the Lord.

All adult ages welcome.

So, please save the date – we will be sending out a flier soon with more information.


If you know someone who might be interested, please forward this email and let me know their contact details.
  • cost
    • £160 including accommodation and meals
    • £140 if booked before 31 July 2015

For further information please contact Kathy Coupe

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or 01554-778035
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The cry of faith!

Do you ever find that it is tempting just to switch off? When we hear the news – earthquakes, refugees drowning because no-one will take them in. Islamic State perpetrating yet more atrocities, and so on – it is easy to feel overwhelmed. It is not because we don't care, but because we feel so helpless.


There were not many in a more helpless situation than blind Bartimaeus sitting by the gates of Jericho. He was a despised beggar. Even when he called out for help, people rebuked him and tried to take away the one thing he had – his voice. Yet, he would not be silenced. He was calling out to his Messiah. He was claiming his covenant relationship as a son of Abraham. It wasn't a cry for money, it was a cry for mercy: Son of David, have mercy on me! (Mark 10:48).

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