What it means to be a black Christian woman in the UK

Chine McDonald’s book explores what it means to be black and a woman in majority white spaces where black women are
silently exiting the church, no longer able to tolerate casual racism, colonialist narratives and lack of urgency on issues of racial justice.

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Committees to question Government on Black history in the curriculum

Two Committees will question Education Minister Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP on Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum, after hundreds of thousands of people signed petitions on this issue.

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Mahmoud Hussein: A Salute to Courage – By Martins Agbonlahor

Aljazeera’s journalist, Mahmoud Hussein, was released two weeks ago in a move that had been completely unexpected – not because there was evidence for his incarceration – in fact, there was not even a shred of it nor was there a scintilla of proof to justify the harsh treatment he had received, but because he had been jailed cruelly and unjustly for years.

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Deon Kipping’s “God Is Working” Trending on Gospel Radio

Billboard No. 1 recording artist, songwriter, producer, and cancer survivor Deon Kipping’s first recorded song in four years “God Is Working” is trending on gospel radio.

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Dear Pandemic-Weary Pastor

It’s not all bad. Some churches seem to have overcome the challenges of COVID in astounding ways. I love seeing reports about the amazing things happening in churches around the country despite the crisis.

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New poll finds Non Christians perceptions of the Church are improving

The Give Hope Campaign, which profiles the work of the UK church, is supported by leaders from Anglican, Methodist, Salvation Army, Baptist, Pentecostal, and Evangelical churches across the country.

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Rodney Earl Clarke release new single, ‘Mantra’

Rodney Earl Clarke release new single, ‘Mantra’. The son of immigrant Jamaican parents and having to overcome the challenges of a severe speech impediment, Rodney devotes a great deal of his time to helping others.

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Imagine… a New Year’s resolution you can stick to

Did you make a New Year’s resolution? Every year, fewer people do. And maybe that’s because by now, nearly half of them have been abandoned.

But if you are resolved to make 2021 the year you get going in God’s mission, then we at Church Mission Society are resolved to help you!

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Domestic Violence Training for Churches

Leaders and members of churches who want to learn how to provide practical compassionate support to victims of domestic abuse and violence should book a place on Walk in the Way of Love, Domestic Violence Training for Churches.

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A Spring of Surprises – By Martins Agbonlahor

The 25th January 2021, marked ten years since the so-called Arab Spring occurred in Egypt. A revolution of sorts, it led to the resignation of the then President Hosni Mubarak who had ruled the country for almost thirty years.

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