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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Book encourages children to appreciate the diversity of God’s creations

From the rainforest to the grasslands and the desert to the oceans, Goodnight World by Rebecca Parkinson takes you on a journey around the world to say goodnight to all the animals as they settle down for sleep.

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You’re invited to Ekklesia Church Leaders Conference 2021!

If you’re in any form of church leadership, join us for Ekklesia 2021, with keynotes, interviews and input from Joel Edwards, Les Isaac, Rev Dr Girma Bishaw, Jon Featherstone and Dr Kate Middleton.

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Lockdown prayer challenge to spread stories of hope reaches 3 million

Millions facing restrictions during the pandemic are encountering stories of faith online since The Answered Prayer Challenge – an initiative of Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer and Premier – launched successfully on 25thJanuary.

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London School of Theology: Study what you love in 2021

Since its founding, London School of Theology has been dedicated to serving the church of Jesus Christ worldwide, through the education of individuals, equipping of local churches, and engagement in leading research.

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Junior Garr & The Spirituals Choir ready to release “Black History Project EP”

For Black History Month in the USA, The Spirituals Choir are releasing the music from their powerful performance of reimagined spiritual anthems.

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Joseph Wept: 7 Strategically Arranged Scenes in Genesis

Long before Jesus wept in the land of promise, Joseph wept in the land of Egypt. The narrative arc of Joseph’s story in Genesis 37–50 unfolds with providence, sorrow, vindication, tears, and reconciliation.

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