Heroes of the Faith: Gladys Aylward

Gladys Aylward was born in north London in 1902 to a working-class family and had only limited education. She worked as a housemaid and, after becoming a Christian, was seized by a desire to share the gospel in China.

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Evangelical Alliance addresses UK COVID-19 grief with spoken word film

The Evangelical Alliance has released ‘Lament’, a spoken word film addressing the grief caused by COVID-19, written and performed by author and evangelist Phil Knox.

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Government targets false vaccine information on social media

A new social media campaign to tackle false vaccine information shared amongst ethnic minority communities will launch today, supported by the world’s biggest social media companies.

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BME communities urged to complete Census 2021

The independent NHS Race and Health Observatory is urging black and minority ethnic communities to complete this years’ national census survey to help capture information on the overall health conditions of ethnic minority households across England.

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Church Admin At No Cost

JWB Virtual Ministry Assistance Kick Start Scheme for Churches gives church leaders the opportunity to acquire an administrator for their church for 25 hours a week for 6 months.

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Largest Online Prayer Meeting announced for Pentecost Sunday

The National Day of Prayer and Worship, along with other Church and network Leaders have announced plans today (Monday 1st March) to hold the largest online prayer gathering on Sunday 23rd May 2021 to mark Pentecost Sunday.

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How God’s Father-Love Could Change Your Life

Addressing God as Father is something pretty close to innate for most Christians. How many times do you begin a

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4 Ways to Love Someone Blindsided By Loss

For Christians, these surprises often prove particularly jarring to our spiritual lives. We’ve accepted the gospel’s warning that to take up our cross is to follow Christ into suffering.

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Covid-19 fuels “hidden pandemic” of abuse and exploitation, say new report

Covid-19 is fuelling a growing, hidden, “shadow pandemic” of gender-based violence, abduction and trafficking, directed towards Christian women and girls around the world.

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The Dangers of Doomscrolling

Our world provides more than enough bad news. The reality is, what comes across our screens only scratches the surface of evil in our neighborhoods, nations, and hearts.

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Song urges The Church to rediscover the centrality of God’s word in worship

Keith & Kristyn Getty announce their latest live album Sing! Global: Live at the Getty Music Worship Conference featuring ahost of special guests and capturing the unique atmosphere at the Getty Music Worship Conference, Sing! Global.

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Locked down but looking up – Four Easter resources

As lockdowns continue and the world slowly emerges from the coronavirus pandemic, Christian charity Lifewords has a range of four Easter resources available free for churches, organisations, and individuals.

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UK Graduate immigration route to open to international students

The new Graduate route will open for applications on 1 July 2021, allowing the UK to retain the brightest and the best international students to continue to contribute to society and the economy post-study.

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Lament Is for Little Ones, Too

The challenges and struggles of life in a pandemic continue to leave us reeling. The losses we’ve endured, the hardships we continue to bear, and the uncertainties that lie ahead have left many of us overwhelmed.

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