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1503, 2017

The hidden crying people of North Korea

By |March 15th, 2017|Controversial, Loneliness, Most Read, News, World Crisis, World News|0 Comments

Recent events in the Arab World and across the world have affected many of us. As believers, our hearts should break for what breaks Jesus’ heart, and we mourn with those who mourn. But as we do, keeping our eyes on Jesus by praying and staying in God’s Word, we can find hope for the […]

303, 2017

Be proud of your faith as a Christian, in the work place and in public, says Theresa May

By |March 3rd, 2017|Controversial, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Most Read, News, Spirituality, Word of the Week, World News|0 Comments

“Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will exalt you.” – James 4:10

Theresa May, a practicing member of the Church of England, has spoken up and said that Christians should not be afraid of sharing their faith in public and in the workplace.

Speaking freely about Christianity is important in the eyes of the Lord. Why […]

1702, 2017

Ben Shapiro speaks up about Transgenderism

By |February 17th, 2017|Controversial, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Most Read, News, Sociology, Word of the Week, World Crisis, World News|0 Comments

The psychological issues surrounding ‘transgenderism’ is a growing problem in modern-day society. Not only do a lot of people disagree on the topic, but it causes social hatred among different groups of people who have conflicting views on the subject, which is resulting in serious levels of distress, confusion and depression.

Ben Shapiro – an American […]

1402, 2017

Have faith and believe that your dreams can come true

By |February 14th, 2017|Controversial, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Most Read, Sociology, Spirituality, Word of the Week, World Crisis, World News|0 Comments

“Digging deeper than what the surface offers.”
There have been many times when I looked around me and all I witnessed was people being driven by money and the increase in economic growth. In China, for example, more and more people are now letting go of the idea of increasing the country’s GDP and many now […]

702, 2017

Refugee children and their psychology

By |February 7th, 2017|Loneliness, Most Read, News, Sociology, World Crisis, World News|0 Comments

The refugee crisis is only worsening, which makes me wonder how a lot of us can sleep at night.
As a human race, surely we need to stick together to help one another – empathise as though it is us that have to endure the long, sleepless nights and abundances of pain with heaps of uncertainty.

Refugee […]