Pupils join gospel group for charity single release

Pupils join gospel group for charity single release An award-nominated gospel group, teenage singer and hundreds of South London school pupils are joining forces for a charity single ...

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'God is good' - Durham diocese celebrates 20 years of women priests

'God is good' - Durham diocese celebrates 20 years of women priests Durham Cathedral was a sea of colour on Saturday (19 July 2014) when all ages came together to celebrate 20 years of women’s priestly ministry in the diocese ...

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London: Southall drug den to be transformed into public gardens

London: Southall drug den to be transformed into public gardens A peer, a principal and a priest have joined growing numbers of West Londoners backing A Rocha UK’s bid to turn a former Southall drug den into public gardens ...

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Explore your tough questions on the 'paradoxology sofa' at Keswick

Explore your tough questions on the 'paradoxology sofa' at Keswick With a major row brewing in the church on the assisted suicide bill in the House of Lords, the Evangelical Alliance is encouraging people to pose this and other difficult and seemingly contradictory questions about Christianity ...

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Mission festival exceeds expectations, seeks passionate movement

Mission festival exceeds expectations, seeks passionate movement This year's GOfest was 'the best yet', according to those attending. More than 1000 people attended the mission-focused festival, held at the end of June at Bulstrode, Gerrards Cross ...

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Veteran evangelist Billy Graham is releasing a new 30-minute outreach video on 7 November, to mark the 60th anniversary of his evangelistic meetings at Haringey Arena in London in 1954 that saw more than 1.75m people attend over 12 weeks, and thousands come to faith in Christ. The date also celebrates his 96th birthday.

The video programme, entitled The Cross, mixes recent interview footage of Billy Graham with compelling testimonies of how Grammy Award-winning hip hop artists Lecrae and singer-songwriter Lacey Sturm came to follow Jesus. It forms a central part of the My Hope UK with Billy Graham campaign, which was launched this week at Lambeth Palace. More ...

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