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2803, 2017

What are they teaching our Children? – event held by the Voice For Justice, UK.

By |March 28th, 2017|Events & Projects, Most Read, News, Word of the Week, World Crisis, World News|0 Comments

“My little children let us not love in word neither in tongue but in deed and in truth” – I.John 3.18

Baroness Caroline Cox

Member of the House of Lords:

She highlighted at the event, the importance of teaching our Christian heritage:

Spiritual – we have been blessed to be living in a country that is identified as a […]

2003, 2017

Christian organisation calls for help for Public Schools

By |March 20th, 2017|Events & Projects, Lifestyle, Most Read, Word of the Week, World News|0 Comments

On February 07, 2017, Andrea Reyes Ramirez, executive director of the Faith and Education Coalition – NHCLC, published an article in Christianity Today in which she calls upon Christians to support America’s public schools.

Her article is entitled, “Under DeVos, the Real School Choice Christians Face.”

I am a Christian. I believe that I need a Messiah, and I believe that […]

103, 2017

Live your life in balance & attend a significant education conference

By |March 1st, 2017|Controversial, Events & Projects, Most Read, News, Word of the Week, World Crisis, World News|0 Comments

In November last year, following several complaints of unacceptable Muslim bias and deliberate marginalisation of Christianity by its Muslim Head of Religion and Ethics, Aaqil Ahmed from the BBC said that it was dismissing both the role of Head and the department of religion, bringing all religious coverage under the responsibility of former Labour MP […]

2202, 2017

LGBT Christians protest the Church of England after Bishops discuss changes

By |February 22nd, 2017|Controversial, Events & Projects, Lifestyle, Most Read, News|0 Comments

LGBT Christians have been protesting against the Church of England, outside their General Synod, as the Bishops discuss reforms.

The body have been discussing the idea of getting rid of the rule that requires gay clergy to pledge their celibacy. This rule hasn’t been well received by LGBT groups in particular, causing mayhem, frustration and a need […]

1307, 2016

The celebration of education: Opinion Piece

By |July 13th, 2016|Events & Projects, Lifestyle, Most Read, Word of the Week|0 Comments

 

Adults and young adults all over the country have received their grades over the last few weeks from what one might consider as one of the biggest turning points in the education system, where dreams come true, and that happens at university.

I recently graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA (Hons) degree in […]