Judgement and Mercy

Friday 8 August Malcolm Duncan spoke at the final celebration of New Horizon 2014. Here’s a summary of his message: Sometimes we can make quick judgements. In the blink of an eye, we come to conclusions without knowing the full facts. There are those who think Christians should not judge anybody. Others seem to enjoy pointing […]

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His presence in our pain

Thursday 7 August With harrowing reports from Iraq ringing in our ears, Malcolm Duncan spoke from John 11 on the issue of suffering.  Here is a taste of his moving message: On 5 September 2002, at 7.30am I left the house I was staying in Fortwilliam park in Belfast and I put on a clerical […]

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The importance of trust

Wednesday 6 August Malcolm Duncan returned to New Horizon as the speaker for the Evening Celebrations where he spoke on the Sermon on the Mount.  Here’s a taste of Wednesday evening’s message: I once heard someone say, “I’m trusting God, touch wood, cross my fingers, praise the Lord…” Somehow, he had missed the point. Matthew 5 teaches […]

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NH News Update – Wednesday 6 August

New Horizon News – 6/08/2014 Grace enables us to change! There were lots of laughs, courtesy of Malcolm Duncan at Monday’s Evening Celebration, as he took the NH stage for the first time this week to commence his series on ‘The Sermon on the Mount’. ‘The Kingdom is the reign and rule of God exhibited […]

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The power of grace

Tuesday 5 August Malcolm Duncan returned to New Horizon as the speaker for the Evening Celebrations where he spoke on the Sermon on the Mount.  Here’s a taste of Tuesday evening’s message: I want us to explore together the power of God’s grace in us; that grace which enables the passion for God’s kingdom to grow and flourish. […]

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Radical Faithfulness

Monday 4 August Malcolm Duncan returned to New Horizon as the speaker for the Evening Celebrations where he will be speaking on the Sermon on the Mount.  Here’s a taste of Monday evening’s message: Towards the end of the 19th Century the idea of the brotherhood of man was popular. People hoped for Utopia – […]

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Opening night: perfumed handshakes and the return of an exile.

Opening night: perfumed handshakes and the return of an exile.

A little later this year – “in order to get the first dry Saturday of the summer”, as Barry Forde suggested – New Horizon 2012 is underway.  Still recognisable, but with a few changes here and there. The stage set up is a little different, complete with new side screens, there is a new chairman […]

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