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On January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom left the European European. This past year, talks have been taking place to discuss a withdrawal agreement, but little progress has been made. On Friday, Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister said that talks have failed and made plans for a no-deal Brexit. Please continued to pray for the...
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42,400 people have reportedly died across Britain from coronavirus. This is the highest in Europe. The government is trying to balance lockdown restrictions with economic concerns. Various local lockdowns have come into effect in certain areas. Thankfully, churches are still legally allowed to meet provided they follow government guidelines which include social distancing and face...
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One impact of the coronavirus lockdown in the UK is an increase in couples considering getting a divorce. Marriage rates are already quite low in Britain and obviously the stress of this period is causing many to reconsider their wedding vows. Citizens Advice disclosed to the BBC that searches for divorce guidance have risen by...
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The famous Tower Bridge in London was stuck open for an hour this past Saturday! It is over 100 years old and continues to raise and lower to allow ships to pass through. After engineers were called to the scene, the bridge started working again. Bridges are a great illustration of the cross of Jesus...
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Why should you be involved in Missions? Do you believe that God wants you to reach this world with his Gospel?
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On March 27, 2020 Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, tested positive for the Coronavirus. He has mild symptoms but, as an example, he is self-isolating and working from home to lead the British people. He is the first major world leader to test positive for the virus. As the global cases of...
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The culture of Britain is growing increasingly hostile toward Christians who hold to the teachings of the Bible. This was seen most recently in the cancellation of several of the venues that evangelist Franklin Graham hoped to use for his summer tour of Britain. David Robertson from theweaflee.com shares his concerns about this and what...
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No sooner had James Haldane accepted the office of stated minister of the Circus, than his brother Robert began to erect for him a spacious church edifice at the head of Leith Walk, Edinburgh, which, after the fashion of Mr. Whitefield’s houses of worship, was called the Tabernacle. It was larger than any of the...
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