Interview with Dr R David Muir

Dr R David Muir has spent most of his life working in education. Last year he became the first Black man to be appointed Head of Whitelands College. Founded in 1841, it is one of the oldest higher educational colleges in the UK.

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Gospel Artist of the Decade JJ Hairston is Not Holding Back by Ben Harrell, Global Music Link Editorial Team

Billboard Music Award-winning gospel artist, JJ Hairston, has released his 11th album, ‘Not Holding Back’ – an album that will remind you that God will bring peace in the midst of death, destruction, political banter and social unrest.

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NHS Race and Health Observatory – Pulse oximetry and racial bias

The accuracy of Pulse Oximeter readings from black and minority ethnic people could be seriously misleading, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic, and need further assessment.

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Todd Dulaney: Worshipper with a Revelation by Ben Harrell with Milton B. Allen, Global Music Link Editorial Team

Prolific worship leader and songwriter, Todd Dulaney, has released his new single, ‘Revelation 4’ – a single derived from the Scripture that prompts us to take our cares of the world and place them at the foot of God’s throne.

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CeCe Winans – Motherhood, music and the power of God By Ben Harrell with Milton B. Allen by Global Music Link Editorial Team

Multi-award-winning Gospel Artist, CeCe Winans, is a living legend that continues to release timeless classics. Winans has recently released her highly anticipated album ‘Believe For It’.

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Locked down, but not out by Gary Clayton

When lockdown restrictions were eased somewhat and we could once again go to church, I remember a friend saying: “I don’t want to go, because we’ll have to wear facemasks, can’t sing, and will have to leave as soon as the service is over.”

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Three Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting My Women’s Ministry by Grace Gladys Famoriyo

Funding your new ministry is one of the major hurdles. In the early stages, finding monthly partners, sponsorships, etc. can prove challenging.

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