Stepping Into A Whole New World
Appreciating how alien church culture is to many people is key to preserving their dignity and respect.
Winston Reid gave his life to Christ on 12 September 1971 in the LCM Mission hall in Hackney. He recalls his story of faith.
3 Things Working As A Mission Associate Has Taught Me
Mission Work changes lives. Since joining LCM as a Mission Associate two years ago, Abbie Jones has worked with teams at the Vauxhall Christian Centre, the Webber Street Day Centre and Hope Community Homes. Here she talks about what she has learned from God.
One of our workers writes about using text messaging apps to develop gospel conversations.
A Multicultural Taste of Bliss
No one who belongs to Christ is entirely at home in this world. We're made for something better – a renewed earth in perfect relationship with God. There we will be a part of a beautiful, diverse community worshipping in unity around the throne
Praying for short-term workers
Anneke Butt and Tim Williams are part of our City Vision one-year team. Learn about their work as you pray through a week for them.
How Do They See Us?
Churches in the UK are doing a lot, but not taking much credit.
Who's Really Listening?
There's a vast gap of understanding and experience between the typical church member and many young people growing up in and around London's estates. Missionary Alidor Gaspar talks about his own formative experiences, which have helped him in his work with youth in Dagenham and Bermondsey.
Thirty years ago – 3 July 1989 – we employed our first woman missionary. Julie Piner passed her probation and began salaried work at the Paget Centre
Taking Church to the Streets
Barking's own Ray Stokes is committed to proclaiming Jesus in his East London home town.