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Noah's Ark replica here to help Britain through Brexit, says owner

A replica of Noah's Ark is now open to the public in Ipswich, having made a spontaneous stop in the UK because of Brexit.

The boat is 70 metres long, open to the public every day and designed by Aad Peters, a Dutch TV and theatre producer.

Inside is a museum, telling famous stories from the Bible, such as the judgement of Solomon, Moses and Adam and Eve, through woodcraft.

It was meant to vi...

18 Nov 2019

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Christian politician deselected by Lib Dems says it was because of abortion and gay marriage views

A Lib Dem candidate who was due to stand in the upcoming election has been deselected reportedly after the party learnt about his views on gay marriage and abortion.

Rob Flello has told Premier he is worried about Christians' future in politics and will now not vote for the Lib Dems.

He's also seeking legal advice about his treatment.

Flello was stood down as the prospective parliamentary ca...

15 Nov 2019

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Lib Dems defend deselection of pro-life Christian candidate

The Liberal Democrats have rejected the suggestion they discriminated against one of their candidates because of his Christian faith.

Rob Flello told Premier on Wednesday that he was deselected from standing in the election after the party learnt about his views on gay marriage and abortion.

But the party claims it wasn't his views, but instead how he expressed those views on social media.

A...

15 Nov 2019

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IRAQ, Christians "Close to Extinction"

A new wave of Christians are set to quit Iraq. Insecurity in Syria and Baghdad is causing the remaining Christians to "lose hope."

Growing insecurity in Iraq and on its border could lead to a fresh exodus of Christians from the country, warns Jamal Liddawi, who is supporting refugees in the country. The Turkish invasion of Syria and growing protests in Baghdad could drive even more Christians ...

05 Nov 2019

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Christianity "at risk of disappearing" warns a Persecution Report, Comissioned by Jeremy Hunt

The persecution of Christians in some parts of the world is at near "genocide" levels, according to a report ordered by former Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

The report, carried out by the Bishop of Truro, records widespread evidence of the kind of persecution and discrimination that Christians face worldwide. It found that one in three people suffer from religious persecution, and also points...

03 Nov 2019

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EXCLUSIVE, Tortured for Christ Film on Revelation TV

A cinematic retelling of the testimony of Pastor Richard Wurmbrand.

We are thankful to Release International for the permission to show this incredible film which uniquely presents the story of Pastor Richard Wurmbrand. Filmed entirely in Romania, and includes the very prison where Pastor Wurmbrand endured torture and solitary confinement, it presents the true story with live action rather tha...

01 Nov 2019

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Christian Hacking was arrested for praying peacefully outside an abortion clinic

A Christian man, in a wheelchair, has been arrested and prosecuted for peacefully praying for unborn children and their parents outside an abortion clinic on a quiet London street.

After refusing to stop praying, he was carried by his arms and legs by four police officers, put in a riot van and then spent eight hours in a cell before being released on bail.

As a result, Christian Hacking (29)...

01 Nov 2019

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Christian owned fast food chain told that their six month lease in Reading will not be renewed

Chick-fil-A has been told that their six month lease for the first branch of the American fast food chain in the UK will not be renewed. Protests were made to the Oracle Shopping Centre in Reading because of Chick-fil-A's support for Christian causes, in particular organisations which promote Christian sexual ethics and values.

Speaking to LBC Radio, the Christian Legal Centre’s Michael Philli...

29 Oct 2019

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International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church 2019

Today around the globe more than 245 million Christians are suffering because they declare their faith in Christ.

“If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it.” (1 Corinthians 12:26)

“Pray for us,” is the common request of persecuted Christians around the world. So each year in November, Churches in more than 130 countries come togeth...

28 Oct 2019

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SYRIA, Christian on the Frontlines Eyewitnessing the Conflict between Turkey and Syria

George Moushi, pastor of the Alliance Church in Qamishli, has walked around the city and visited members of his congregation to estimate the damage and see what he could do for his people following the Turkish offensive on Syria. 

Pastor Moushi described the damage he saw on the ground: “Thankfully, the bombs didn’t hit the centre of the city where the majority of people are but, despite that,...

28 Oct 2019

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