Heroes of the Faith: Apolo Kivebulaya

Some heroes of the faith are forgotten and deserve rediscovery. One of these being Apolo Kivebulaya, a remarkable church worker in Africa for 40 years and a reminder of the way so many African Christians have spread Christianity on that continent.

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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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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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Heroes of the Faith: George Washington Carver

To understand George Washington Carver, the great African-American agriculturalist and educator, you have to know something of the world in which he lived. Even though slavery was legally abolished across the United States in 1865, it cast a long-lasting and bitter shadow. African-Americans now lived in freedom, but poverty and discrimination continued.

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