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The work of the Christians Against Poverty (CAP) charity was probed in a BBC2 programme on 5 October.
Called ‘The Debt Saviours’, the one-hour documentary showcased the work of CAP founder John Kirkby and some of their coaches and clients.
“I want to start by thanking God,” says baker who didn’t bow to political correctness
At HEART we have closely followed the developments in the fraught ‘gay marriage cake’ controversy that mired a Northern Irish family bakery in an escalating …
Amid the political turmoil and resignations over the EU divorce deal, one MP cited Britain’s “lack of leadership” and betrayal of British values in Asia’s case as an additional reason for his resignation.
We sing about love coming down at Christmas, but do we really tell others about the great love the Father has for each of his children?
I want to do something different for this season of the year. I want to tell you a story – a true story of a dramatic event that happened on the slopes of a mountain high up in the Alps in Switzerland. It was January and the snow was thick and crisp.
British solicitor Robert Festenstein, who writes a blog for the Times of Israel, says that he finally understood Jeremy Corbyn when he read the Labour Party leader’s tweet about the Pittsburgh massacre:
“A man had run into a synagogue there, …
Lawyer exposes mixed messages behind Labour leader’s denial of anti-Semitism
By Charles Gardner
DONCASTER, UK (November 5, 2018)
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is playing with fire over his mixed messages on Israel. He denies being anti-Semitic while at the …