26 October 2014

News

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Mission 2013 launched to leaders. Over 1,000 Christian leaders from across the UK (representing an estimated 2 million Christians) attended a special Leader’s Lunch, prior to The National Day of Prayer & Worship at Wembley Stadium. During the … [Read more...]

Faith in Action

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Luke Williams, who is 20 years old and studying Theology, travelled as part of Habitat’s Global Village 2012 programme to Ethiopia. Luke shares of his experience: “This summer I was part of a team of 8 which travelled to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to … [Read more...]

MONEY MATTERS

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DEBT CHARITY WARNS AGAINST OVERSPENDING AT CHRISTMAS …AND GIVES TEN TOP TIPS FOR HAVING A DEBT-FREE FESTIVE SEASON Debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty has issued a stark warning of the dangers of relying heavily on credit to … [Read more...]

INSIGHT INTO ISLAM

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Part 6 - Key Points for Evangelising Muslims As an educated Middle Eastern Muslim, Majed made his pilgrimage to Mecca, the fifth pillar of Islam, at the age of nineteen. But his spiritual journey was to result in a radically different … [Read more...]

“…and finally . ”

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As Christmas approaches, many of us will start writing extensive lists: those for whom we have to buy presents; food that needs to be bought or prepared; guests to invite to various events and celebrations and decorations to make or to bring down … [Read more...]

That Place We Call Home

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Sitting in the back of a seven passenger van, I had a partial loaf of French bread and some gouda cheese spread out on my lap. As I was just about to begin eating, the song “This is Home,” by the band Switchfoot, started to play over my earphones. I … [Read more...]

Trusting God!

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Interview with... Elena Drozdova Many of you will remember the Chernobyl Nuclear disaster in 1986. As a consequence, in the years following many children came to visit families in Northern Ireland. Now 26 years later we meet up with Elena who was … [Read more...]

Losing Hope – Finding God

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Every parent wants the best for their child. But, let’s face it, contemporary parenthood is expensive! At one time, computers, mobile phones and designer label jeans may have been on every youngster’s wish list. But no-one ever really expected to get … [Read more...]

Alternative Christmas Gifts

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Do you want to make a difference to the lives of others throughout the world this Christmas? Then consider alternative Christmas gifts! Alternative gifts are a unique way in which you can bless both family and friends, and also help those who … [Read more...]

The Metropolitan Sanctuary for Sick & Disabled Children

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The Metropolitan Sanctuary for Sick and Disabled Children opened its doors in 2007. It is a clinic, but so much more, offering free medical and rehabilitation services in Kenya. There is a clinical team of medical and nursing staff, an occupational … [Read more...]