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One casualty of the school closures is School Pastors
Pupils struggling with bullying and other emotional issues had been getting help from friendly grown-ups who are not their teachers or parents.
Dedicated School Pastors mingled at breaktimes, ready to listen …
Dr Elizabeth Allan describes how her research led her to discover that Churchill has been misjudged
For decades, many evangelical Christians have believed that Churchill, for all his heroic qualities as a great war leader in WWII, betrayed the Jewish …
Last updated on February 7th, 2020 at 02:06 pm
Many now agree that God used Churchill mightily. Might the same apply to Johnson in the days ahead?
by Philip Quenby
Few Christians would have suggested either Winston Churchill or Boris …
Last updated on February 6th, 2020 at 10:07 pm
Photo: Mr and Mrs Winston Churchill (right), Sir Herbert Samuel (middle) and the Emir Abdullah (left of Samuel) on the front steps of Government House in Jerusalem, 28 March, 1921. This …
Last updated on December 6th, 2019 at 03:22 pm
Turkish invasion could wipe out cradle of Christianity
by Andrew Boyd and Andrew Halloway
An uncertain future: will these children, living as refugees in Erbil, Kurdistan, be the last generation of …
Christians are facing an existential threat from Turkish-backed forces
by Andrew Halloway
“The Turkish military offensive into northeast Syria has wreaked havoc on the lives of Syrian civilians who once again have been forced to flee their homes and are …
caption: Roy and Brenda Taylor
Important message from the Operation Breakthrough team
Many folk are unaware of Britain’s appalling actions toward Israel during the Yom Kippur War (6-25 October 1973), which saw colossal casualties. Among other things:
The whiskers and twinkle are unmistakeably those of British Prime Minister Lloyd George, helpfully posing for posterity with other European leaders.
The date was April 1920; the place San Remo in Italy.
Nearly three years after the Balfour Declaration of …