People and places
GRANDPARENTS USUALLY baulk at the idea of going for a run, but youthful granny Michelle Wade, 54, is about to embark on her second marathon this summer.
Having run her first one last year in Rwanda, she will be running …
Happiness for Aisling after her legal ordeal
Last February we reported on the brave and lonely struggle of Aisling Hubert, the young woman landed with huge legal costs after the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) would not allow her to sue two doctors caught offering to abort unwanted baby girls.
Had the costs not been met, she could have faced prison.
HEART readers responded generously to the call to support Aisling and, along with donations from Christian Concern supporters, her costs were met.
But it turns out that Aisling’s battle, which began when she was just 21, was not as lonely
as supposed. Among those praying for her was Jake Goodison, a young man whom she had begun to think of as a best friend; now they are engaged and plan to marry next June.
The pro-life education project, Abort67, sparked controversy again when they announced plans to show disturbing abortion victim photographs outside an abortion provider’s premises in Eastbourne.
Of the 200,000 abortions carried out in the UK each year, 489 were performed in …
Miracles of healing and salvation were the order of the day when teams of Christians hit the streets of a West Midlands town
Legs grew and symptoms disappeared after prayer from members of various churches in Dudley, West Midlands.
The church members had come for evangelism training led by Ben Fitzgerald of Awakening Europe and hosted by Trevor and Sharon Baker of Revival Fires Church, Dudley.