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Tainted blood scandal
While the scandal of haemophiliacs infected with hepatitis and HIV has been well reported this May, the suffering of the families continues.
One Christian family told HEART that it is prayer that has sustained them through decades …
Graphic image display outside the Royal Albert Hall, 6-7 May
Pro-life advocates reported “significant apathy” from church leaders to the reality of abortion after staging a public education display outside one of the UK’s largest Christian leadership conferences.
Volunteers from …
Joan Daniel, 94, stopped breathing for 17 minutes after pre-operative drugs caused a heart attack before a gynaecological procedure in 1980. The grandmother of seven from Romsey, Hampshire, told HEART, “While I was ‘gone’ I experienced Jesus taking me over …
A well known pastor and prayer leader recently died in hospital, but revived following intense prayer from his daughter and church.
Prayer leader Pastor Brenda Taylor reported, “He was in hospital for emergency surgery, and at one point actually ‘died’ …
Since 2009, when Crystal McVea was clinically dead for nine minutes, she has told her story to Christian and secular TV stations, and has written a book.
The married mother of four says she went to heaven after complications from …
The story of John Smith, a 14-year-old boy who experienced a ‘modern day resurrection’ after being dragged lifeless from a frozen lake has been made into a 2019 Hollywood film, ‘Breakthrough’.
His adoptive mother, Joyce, prayed aloud over her son’s …
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.
Campaigner Luke de Pulford has accused the Foreign Office of having a “blind spot” over suffering Christians, which could be seen in its treatment of Asia Bibi.
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.