Listen to Sandy's story as she describes her life as a Mormon, and how she found grace and peace in Jesus.
Every year Jehovah's Witnesses put thousands if not more flyers through our front door inviting us to their "Memorial Meal" meeting.
On the face of it this meeting looks like any other communion service, but the reality is it could not be more different.
Tony Brown interviews Ex-Jehovah's Witness Janet Fowell, looking at her story, and experiences with this meeting, please have a listen, and learn more about this key part of Jehovah's Witness belief.
In the first of our new interview series, UPFC member Tony Brown has a chat with Paul Bacon of First and Last Ministries about his journey from being raised a Witness, and later coming to Christ.
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With special guest Marc Latham, we discuss the current issues which have been published on PBS which relate to covered up child abuse cases within the Jehovahs Witness organisation.
In addition we talk about the latest video for Jehovahs Witness children which say that if you play at a meeting or fall asleep then it might be that Jehovah will destroy you at Armageddon!
We also discuss the recent court case where Gerrit Losch who is a member of the governing body denies that the Watchtower tells its members what to do!
Its a jam packed show!
The story told by Mike and Lynn Wilder from their recent UK visit.
The conference called "unveiling grace" tells the story of how there whole family where Mormons, but there son met with Christ on his mission and then slowly how the whole family found Christ.
This is an amazing story and well worth a listen.
This was a live recording, and in places some questions were asked which were not picked up by the recording, but we hope you will be blessed by their testimony.
On Monday, April 14th the Jehovahs Witness will host their yearly memory of Jesus Christ.
What is different about the way they do it to Orthodox Christians?
Why are only a set number allowed to take the bread and wine?
Is there anything wrong with how they do it?
What should our response be as Christians?
Jason Wright, outreach worker with UK Partnerships for Christ and Pastor of Bourne Evangelical Fellow discusses with Jason Thickpenny