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Church bulletin bloopers

Church bulletin bloopers

Small typographical errors seen in church bulletins For those of you who have children and don’t know it, we have a nursery downstairs. The outreach committee has enlisted 25 visitors to make calls on people who are not afflicted with any church. The...
Dead Sea Scrolls published online in joint Google-Israeli high-tech project

Dead Sea Scrolls published online in joint Google-Israeli high-tech project

The Dead Sea Scrolls have been secreted away for most of their 2,000-year history — first by ancient people in the Khirbet Qumran caves near the Dead Sea and then by select groups of scholars in museums, universities, and even private collections. Now...
Women of faith – step out and step up

Women of faith – step out and step up

While some denominations argue whether a woman should be ordained as a Bishop or not, Lola Oyebade is actively fulfilling her ministry as the Senior Pastor of House on the Rock International Church (HOTRIC), with two thriving branches in South East London. “I...
Kingdom Worship Movement

Kingdom Worship Movement

“The Renewal London worship encounter has entered its 5th year. We are grateful to God for the thousands of lives it has impacted around the nation. Its purpose of preparing worshippers to impact their local Church and ministries spiritually and practically...
We need a miracle

We need a miracle

A miracle is an event attributed to divine intervention. The odds are stacked against Queens Park Rangers at this stage of the English Premier League football season and the club management have realised that their crusade to avoid the drop into the...
Teachers at a Roman Catholic school have been criticised for filming a Gangnam Style video

Teachers at a Roman Catholic school have been criticised for filming a Gangnam Style video

Teachers at a Roman Catholic school have been criticised for filming a Gangnam Style video, complete with half-naked changing room scenes. Staff, including the headmaster at Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School in Accrington, Lancashire, performed...
Italians, backed by the Church, aim to stop Sunday shopping

Italians, backed by the Church, aim to stop Sunday shopping

A law that deregulates store hours in Italy, allowing businesses to operate on Sundays in order to stimulate economic growth, has fueled opposition since its inception a year ago. Italians are fighting a government lift of regulations on business operation...
Maximise the moment

Maximise the moment

Who you are today could be a result of what happened to you yesterday. What you will become tomorrow could be determined by the choices you make today. What happened yesterday may not be your fault but what you become tomorrow is your responsibility....
New year cash boost for churches

New year cash boost for churches

Some churches will be beginning the new year on a high, following news they have received a funding boost from the National Churches Trust. St Botolph’s Church in Boston and St Peter and Paul Church in Algarkirk each received a sum from the charity...