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Standing together: Aisling with parents Caroline and Jeremy Hubert
Many young women of 22 might have a student loan of around £30,000, but live in the assurance that they have years to pay it off.
Aisling Hubert, however, has been landed with court costs of £50,000, for taking on the might of the State over the rights of the unborn child.
Read how Samara and Yochana are seeing their visions become reality
Samara Levy is married and has two children aged three and six. She is becoming well-known for her work in sending aid to refugees.
What’s your vision?
To see the Church being the salt and light of the world (Matthew 5:13-16) through clothing the naked, caring for the sick and feeding the hungry.
Pastor braves sweltering heat in Malawi to bring Bibles to pastors, pencils and toothbrushes to orphans3 February 2016 | admin
Pastor Mark Weeden of The King’s Church, Arundel, has just returned from a wide-ranging ministry trip to southern Malawi, where temperatures were consistently around 40C. He told HEART, “Even the locals were sweltering!”
Among the 16 messages he gave in 14 days, he taught at a two-day pastors’ conference which provided much appreciated theological training for 77 ministers and handed out Bibles. For many this would only be the second Bible in their entire congregation.
Paul’s class of 18 year olds
We often hear of the revival in China, but one Sussex man has seen it first-hand.
After many years of travelling regularly to support Christians in India, Paul Marsh, whose own background is Anglo-Indian, visited China for the first time. He went as a teacher to a private school and had the opportunity to teach the Bible there.
As well as a DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross) for bravery flying for the South African Air Force during the Second World War, veteran pilot Steve Stevens has just been made an Honorary Member of the South Africa legion UK.
Now 97, bedbound and in pain, Steve was thrilled with the honour, reports Cameron Kinniear of the Legion’s UK branch, who has written an article specially to honour Steve’s achievements.
Helen McCabe of Eastbourne should be congratulated for putting a smile on the face of beleaguered Talktalk’s chairman Sir Charles Dunstone after the company’s recent cyber attack.
THERE IS NOTHING CANDYFLOSS ABOUT THE CANDY FAMILY FROM LINDFIELD. THEY ARE MADE OF TOUGH STUFF.
In our November issue, we printed the story of Peter and Heather Candy, “Grandparents returning to an African hospital”, who were heading to Kagando Hospital in South Sudan.
Not to be outdone, their sons, Phil and Rob, have since followed them overseas to provide practical aid to the suffering.
Image: Patrick celebrates his healing with sister Natalie and parents Adrian and Trish Cox
A BOY WHO HAD DEVELOPED A KNEE CONDITION which seriously curtailed his sporting activity has been baptised by full immersion after he’d experienced a dramatic healing.
Patrick Cox, 12, had developed Osgood Schlatters disease which showed in a painful lump below his knee and prevented his running more than five minutes, without considerable pain and incapacity.