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Clearly the last issue did not provoke enough people to send letters, so this time we have room for readers’ poems!
What’s right about everyone’s rights stealing mine
What’s free about what cannot be spoken
Am I the only one who finds it not quite right
That my “rights” are wrongs but “theirs” are alright
Victory in the sunshine: David Cameron and his new MPs – but are we headed for sunlit uplands? Photo credit: Facebook
THE SHINY NEW FACES of PM David Cameron’s Cabinet in the freshly elected Tory Government show a group of men and women with all kinds of backgrounds and beliefs – but in desperate need of prayer as they face numerous challenges.
Rev Annaleen Wiese has written a book, ‘Miracle Traveller’, about her journeys in answer to a call to missionary work. Firmly believing in the power of God to provide for all her needs, Annaleen has taken her message of hope and deliverance from South Africa to Lapland, from Luxembourg to Tibet and the Amazon.
Photo: © Waiting for the Word Flickr Creative Commons
Already many churches reach out into their communities to show God’s love for all in action. Now perhaps they should be braver in naming the one in whose name name they are giving up their free time, the one whose name is heard more often as a swear word in these post-Christian times.
A CHURCH LEADER known as the ‘Mother Teresa of Israel’ has been beaten up and the disabled children and orphans under her care poisoned with gas by extremists linked to radical Islam.
Karen Dunham, the founder of Living Bread International Church, was attacked by a stranger in East Jerusalem on September 21. She said: “The man ran up from behind me and hit me with both fists as hard as he could in the back.”
Did you spot this popular singing star on page 3 of our last issue? You’d be forgiven for not recognising the Christian rock singer of the 1970s and 80s as he was disguised in his other working uniform – that of a cathedral deacon! He tells CHRIS EYTE how cancer couldn’t stop that gravelly voice singing praise songs
They came to sing, worship, play and picnic in the glorious downland setting of Wiston House, which local landowner Harry Goring has lent since 2009. Most of the year the house is used by the Foreign Office to host foreign dignitiaries; once a year it hosts some of the biggest names in Christian music.