Julia Fisher talks to Lance Lambert – This week is the second of three tribute programmes to remember the life of Lance Lambert who died recently. He was born into an aristocratic Jewish family in London in 1931. He had no idea his was Jewish until his mother told him when he was an adult by which time he had become a believer in Jesus and was leader of a fellowship in Richmond, Surrey called Halford House. I asked him whether it changed the course of his life when he eventually found out his true identity.
Our aim is to build bridges… To build bridges of understanding and support, in a spirit of reconciliation, between believers (both Jewish and Arab) in the Holy Land (Israel and the Palestinian Areas) and Christians worldwide.