‘Restoration’ convalescence project – restoring lives during the pandemic

There is much we can do on a practical level to bring relief to the suffering. As such, I initiated a Convalescence Project called ‘Restoration’, which seeks to meet the needs of individuals recovering from the COVID-19 coronavirus, and those who are experiencing what scientists have identified as ‘Long COVID’*1.

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How do we grow from here? by M. Jasmyn Allen

he challenge many of us face is how to maintain our momentum and desire to develop. There are several examples we can call upon to illustrate that, once the honeymoon is over, keeping that momentum or spark can quickly deteriorate if we are not careful; continuous growth requires discipline.

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Government urged to consider ‘Direct threat to religious liberty’

The UK Director of the Evangelical Alliance has written to the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, outlining how current proposals being considered by the Government on conversion therapy could pose a direct threat to religious liberty and restrict personal freedoms.

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What it means to be a black Christian woman in the UK

Chine McDonald’s book explores what it means to be black and a woman in majority white spaces where black women are
silently exiting the church, no longer able to tolerate casual racism, colonialist narratives and lack of urgency on issues of racial justice.

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Figures show the UK Muslim community is quickly falling into poverty

A record number of Muslims are seeking hardship relief from a national charity due to the COVID-19 pandemic and, with a second Ramadan in lockdown approaching, funds are still urgently needed to respond to these needs, said National Zakat Foundation and Islamic Relief UK today.

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Committees to question Government on Black history in the curriculum

Two Committees will question Education Minister Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP on Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum, after hundreds of thousands of people signed petitions on this issue.

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Christian Resources Exhibition – New event dates announced

With a ban on large public gatherings in place for the foreseeable future, organisers of the Christian Resources Exhibition (CRE) South West have postponed the exhibition from June 2021 until early next year (Feb 23-24 2022).

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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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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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Chinese New Year – More Persecution in Prospect –

The Chinese New Year on February 12 looks set to herald another year of crackdown against Christians and religious minorities in the country, warns UK-based Release International, which supports persecuted Christians around the world.

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