iBelieve Magazine October 2014 cover

iBelieve Magazine October 2014

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The October 2014 issue of iBelieve Magazine includes:

Charlotte GambillINTERVIEWS:

Bruce Dyer explains why he wants to be known for more than just a former footballer

Woman of God Charlotte Gambill tells us her top tips for living life in the fast lane

After a visit to America James Aladiran returned ready to pray for the UK


Aravinda Tissera believes God saved him after he walked away from a train crash

He has gone from addiction to helping the homeless, and Graham Swann says it’s all down to God

David Holland says he was addicted to pornography. But then one night, everything changed


Our resident chef Emily Roberts looks towards Israel for her recipe inspiration this month


Sky Sports presenter Julia Immonen, answers some of your tough questions

Money We take a look at interest rates and what they mean to you


You can have contentment, explains bestselling author and iBelieve columnist Joyce Meyer

It’s better to give than receive, Matthew Murray says in Daddy Diaries

Men’s ministry director Carl Beech discovers it’s time to unlearn things


How an exoskeleton suit kicked off the World Cup in Brazil

Why I Believe
Missionary Janine Stellatos explains her faith

Favourite Things
Youth for Christ’s Jon Munt makes his choices

BudapestRest Days
Budapest, the city that’s separated by the Danube

Jesus challenges us to live like we really mean what we sing

Beyond Reasonable Doubt
Hope isn’t some flimsy feeling, it’s the basis of our faith, writes Mark Wreford

We look at the best software available to help you study the Bible

The incredible art of Adrian Johnston that brings the Bible to life

Books and music

Birdseye View…
An exclusive new series from American author Sue Birdseye

Two pages of fun

How to garden out of season


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