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Roman Catholic Asia Bibi, a farm labourer from Punjab, was harvesting berries with other women in June 2009 when she picked up a cup to drink some water.
Some of her Muslim co-workers accused her of polluting the cup, simply …
Reports of Asia Bibi suffering attempted poisoning, then early signs of dementia, have circulated for the past few years. The British Pakistani Christian Association’s lead officer in Pakistan, Mehwish Bhatti, visited Multan Jail in April 2017 but was refused access …
Breaking the Silence conference, hosted by Brephos, Emmanuel Centre, London, 16 October 2018
MAKING THE MOST OF CHRISTMAS IS NOT GOING OVERBOARD ON YOUR CREDIT CARD AND GORGING ON TURKEY, BUT COMING TO A LIFE-CHANGING REALISATION OF THE TRUE REASON FOR THE SEASON.
That is part of the Gospel that will be preached from most pulpits this Christmas, but millions are missing out simply because they’re not being invited to carol services.
Lidl has been caught out deleting crosses from packaging photos.
The supermarket chain digitally removed the crosses from photos used to illustrate their Eirdanous range of Greek food. The pictures were of a Greek Orthodox church in Santorini.
After disgruntled shoppers drew attention to the Photoshopped images, Lidl UK told Premier Radio: “We are sincerely sorry for any offence caused by the artwork on our Eridanous product range and can confirm that we will be revising the packaging design as soon as possible.”
A Christian MP has called the suicide rate “unacceptable” after a parliamentary committee found 4,800 suicides were recorded in England in 2015.
The Health Select Committee said the real rate was probably significantly higher; about 30 per cent of suicide victims who had visited a GP before taking their own life were not referred to a mental health specialist.