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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Better Health campaign  #HelpUsHelpYou

The last 12 months were filled with fear, confusion and great unpredictability. The greatest lesson I learned living through the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, was the importance of taking control of my health.

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Figures show fertility treatment less successful for ethnic minority patients

People from ethnic minority backgrounds undergoing fertility treatment are less likely to have a baby, with Black patients having the lowest chances of successful treatment, according to a new report published today.

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Card Factory & Marie Curie join forces for The National Day Of Reflection

To mark a full year of lockdown on 23rd March, Card Factory and Marie Curie have joined forces to help people reconnect with their loved ones.

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Black health care professionals urge public to learn the signs of lung cancer

Black health care professionals are backing the latest NHS and Public Health England campaign urging people to contact their GP practice if they have a cough for three weeks or more and it isn’t COVID-19.

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Nourish partners with Locum’s Nest to provide mental health support

The NHS has announced 40 dedicated support hubs offering staff access to mental health services and the NHS People Plan 2020/2021 has made wellbeing of staff a top priority.

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Covid-19 Fund donation will help those affected by domestic abuse

The Covid-19 Support Fund, established by the insurance and long-term savings industry, will donate over £7m to Women’s Aid, Victim Support, and the NSPCC to support women and children affected by domestic abuse.

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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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