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HEART Christian newspaper | 22 September 2020

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Posts ByMike Waller, Author at HEART Christian newspaper - Page 5 of 41

Letters Page

30 July 2020 |

Locusts are not a judgement

I have great respect for Dr Clifford Hill’s ministry, but I cannot agree that the African countries suffering from the locust plague are under judgement because of their attitude to Israel (‘The day of the … Read More

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14 June 2020 |

Last updated on June 15th, 2020 at 09:04 am

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For my neighbour – you are not forgotten

9 June 2020 |

This special 4-page pullout is in every copy of HEART newspaper to be put through your neighbours’ doors. Click cover image below to download.

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Prophecy Today Supplement

9 June 2020 |

God may be shaking the nations, but Rev Dr Clifford Hill brings a message of hope.

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9 June 2020 |

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Was this judgement?

7 June 2020 |

Eye-watering debt and social breakdown loom… The good news? More babies will survive. Meanwhile, churches are lumped in with leisure centres in the post-lockdown pecking order

By Dave Borlase

Britain faces a debt burden that will be felt for at … Read More

News in brief 

7 June 2020 |

Brexit

UK-EU trade talks are continuing; the deadline to agree an extension to the Brexit transition period is the end of June. Dave Borlase says: “The EU will no doubt use this virus to try to push back the end … Read More

Mortgaging the future

7 June 2020 |

Last updated on June 21st, 2020 at 05:12 pm

Covid-19’s legacy will prove terminal for the current world system, says Philip Wren

Maybe the economy will bounce back as the government hopes. Maybe tax revenues will quickly recover, allowing debts … Read More

Locked down but not locked out

6 June 2020 |

Shetlanders threw their nets wider Zoom meetings may have palled for some after ten weeks of isolation (you can’t greet a screen with a holy kiss), but they did save travel time and expense When God closes a church door, … Read More

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