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Appeal victory sees off a “tsunami” of similar cases
The recent legal victory of student social worker Felix Ngole is a “game changer” that could protect thousands of other Christians who have lived in fear of expressing their views in …
Ten-year-old vocalists Natalia (left) and Stephanie, pictured with their music coach Tanya Kadin, have won best performance awards in an international vocal competition.
Tanya is director of Music Making for Kids, which trains young Israeli musicians to be tomorrow’s worship …
Fasten your seatbelts – economic analyst John Petley predicts temporary turbulence but encourages us to pray for a safe landing
Deal or no deal? What will be the new Prime Minister’s policies?
Only time will tell, but there are …
Christy and Linda Smith wouldn’t be together today if he hadn’t survived a potentially fatal brain haemorrhage
“You shall not die but live!” were the powerful words from the Bible that enabled one man to survive a deadly disease and walk out of hospital 14 days later.
‘Life from the dead’ is at the heart of Christianity, inherited from Judaism, which has always celebrated life.
While both communities have recently celebrated the history-changing Easter and Passover, the legacy of those events is still impacting the lives of individuals and nations today.
The ‘Maygate’ tapes
Secret recordings reveal a May-Merkel Brexit stitch-up
by John Petley
Two years after Theresa May became prime minister, I began to wonder how this politician, with her reputation for detail, could be making such a mess of the EU withdrawal agreement.
Teen TV series ‘13 Reasons Why’ is accused of encouraging suicides
Youth suicides rose dramatically after the release of Netflix TV series ‘13 Reasons Why’, according to the US National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The Christian Post reports that the …
AS DEATHS from the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) passed 1,000 in early May, churches are playing a vital role in counteracting the virus.
The outbreak, which began in August 2018, is the second deadliest in history. The World Health Organisation says mistrust and violence are hampering the battle against the disease.
The four Wunderlich children today, after being reunited with their parents
A German Christian couple whose children were taken away by the state is taking the fight for home schooling to the top human rights court of Europe.
Over 30 …
Meet the former heroin addict feeding dozens of hungry families and addicts on his old council estate
Yvonne sat miserably in the courtroom, clutching a carrier bag.
She’d been arrested for allegedly assaulting a police officer who had come to arrest her son – and was so sure she’d be in prison by the end of the day that she’d packed her belongings in advance.