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A BBC documentary on abortion failed to mention that most people don’t want a change in abortion law, despite that being the main result of a poll commissioned for the show.
‘Abortion on Trial’, hosted by Anne Robinson and broadcast …
Alan Daniel of Sozo Ministries International has been leading ‘Freedom from Freemasonry’ conferences for over 20 years, attended by thousands of people. In that time he has seen many healed mentally and physically after renouncing binding oaths made in secret …
When he was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, Ken Wright was told to have hot baths and take depression pills. But he had other ideas and by an extraordinary chain of events found the excruciatingly painful condition had a spiritual root…
Vicky Ash was subjected to Satanist Ritual Abuse (SRA) from a very early age. She later accepted Christ, which radically transformed and healed her. Satanist Ritual Abuse (SRA) is a brutal form of abuse of children, youth and vulnerable adults, …
Catherine says: “Through God’s love I have hopes and dreams again”
Mental health – is there a way out?
Last issue we asked for stories of those who had survived mental health problems and asked whether the Church has the answers. Now read Catherine’s story. Diagnosed as bipolar, she found herself in a mental health hospital at the age of 20 and was told she’d be that way the rest of her life. Today she is living a normal life and rebuilding her life
To appreciate the full extent of Catherine’s transformation, this should be read in conjunction with her testimony on pages 3 and 20 of HEART AUG-SEPT 2017
I struggled with mental health issues through all of my teenage years up until the age of 24. Everything changed when I invited Jesus into my life and he began to to work a miracle in my life. He showed me that there was a way out of the downward spiral I was stuck in.
“I didn’t choose to be a Muslim…”
Meeting a secret believer
by Julia Fisher
As a broadcast journalist, for almost 20 years I have travelled frequently to Israel to record the stories of both Jewish and Arab/Palestinian believers, so Christians in the West can hear news of what God is doing despite political tensions in the region.
Recently I was taken to meet ‘A’, a recent convert from Islam. My friend, who lives in the area, understands the precautions necessary when arranging such sensitive and dangerous rendezvous. We cautiously drove to an area of ‘no man’s land’, pulled into the side of the road and ‘A’ slipped into the back of the car. We drove off thankfully; nobody had noticed and we weren’t being followed.
Members of different faiths at the Together Stronger event organised in Ilford by the British Pakistani Christian Association
Once again death and destruction have come to our streets, but still we are not getting to grips with the real issues, says lawyer Philip Quenby
If ever we questioned the need to recover our Christian heritage, the recent terror attacks in Manchester and London should surely dispel any doubt once and for all.
Sadly, however, the Church is not getting to grips with the real issues. Widespread ignorance within the Church allows ill-informed platitudes and a spirit of appeasement free rein, so there is little difference between what the Government or the Church are saying about Islam.