Keep the Faith Issue 100

Welcome to our first issue for 2017 AND welcome to our 100th issue! We are blessed. KTF is all about networking, and we have lots of gospel news from the UK and USA, including an interview with the amazing Tamala Mann. You must read our feature ‘Who is the best in UK Gospel?’ – a great piece by Juliet Fletcher. This issue is celebrating relationships, relationship goals, preparing for marriage and even dealing with life-threatening illness of individuals and partners. In addition, March is International Women’s Month, so this issue is very women-focused from ‘A personal journey through anorexia’ (which affects men also) to fibroids; from ‘Walking into the unknown’ to ‘Getting with the programme for 2017’. Marcia Dixon has also compiled a list of influential Black Christian women who inspire and empower other women. We have all your favourite regulars, and look out for our exciting new youth section, ‘Level Up’, in the next issue! Enjoy!” See Less


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