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Christians in Wuhan are finding creative ways to share the Gospel

The Preaching of the Gospel continues in Wuhan.

Christians in Wuhan are continuing to share and preach the gospel in various ways bringing much needed hope to the people in the area affected and those who have lost loved ones.

These are the words of Frances Father Liu as he shared a video where speakers have been placed on window sills and balconies sharing a message of hope to all in earshot...

18 Feb 2020

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New Enquiry to be held in to the tragic death of Pastor Diya and his two children.

A new inquiry has been requested by the wife of Pastor Olubunmi Diya, through a local lawyer Javier Toro after his tragic death on Christmas Eve along with his two children. At the time the Guardia Civil reported that according to their investigations the conclusion had the death had been due to the “lack of swimming skills”. 

The one daughter that escaped from the pool reported that she found...

17 Feb 2020

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Australia holds a day of Prayer and fasting for the breaking of the drought and to quench the fires

Australia are holding a National Day of Prayer & Fasting on Saturday 22 February 2020.  Over 70 locations Australia-wide will celebrate the day with combined church gatherings for prayer, repentance, worship and celebration between 10AM – 4PM, with hundreds of other smaller prayer meetings all around the nation. 

Their theme for 2020 is “Together for the Glory of God.” Inspired by Romans 15:6,...

17 Feb 2020

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Government minister warns venues over cancelling Franklin Graham

The Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg has criticised the "no-platforming" of Franklin Graham after all seven of his confirmed UK tour venues pulled out.

Rees-Mogg said in Parliament this week that the treatment experienced by the American evangelist pointed to a "particularly disagreeable modern trend".

He went on to say that many liberals were behaving in a way that is "very int...

17 Feb 2020

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Revelation TV 17th Birthday Celebrations

On Friday 14th Feb 2020 Revelation TV celebrated 17 years on air.

Join the team and enjoy the special R Mornings Birthday show here.

14 Feb 2020

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The Surprising Story About Valentine’s Day | A Martyr Inspired the Day for Love

Nowadays, Valentine’s day is associated with roses, heart-shaped boxes of chocolates, and candlelit dinners - a far cry from the Saint Valentine, an early Christian martyr.

How did a martyr become associated with a day about love, chocolates, and cherubims?

History records a couple of martyrs named Valentinus who were martyred on February 14th. One Valentinus was arrested by Emperor Gothicus ...

13 Feb 2020

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Remembering The Brave 21 Coptic Christian Martyrs | Fifth anniversary

Christians around the world are taking time this week to remember the brave 21 Coptic Christians who were martyred for their faith because they would not deny Jesus Christ.

February 2020 marks the fifth anniversary of the hearbreaking incident, what resulted however was a vision of honour and resilience demonstrated by the 21 men as they faced their final moments, they indeed did “…not fear th...

11 Feb 2020

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Look to Britain’s Christian past to address future problems, new Tory MP says

The challenges of the future might be overcome by looking to the Christian values of Britain’s past, a new Tory MP has said.

Devizes MP Danny Kruger, a former aide to Boris Johnson and former chief speechwriter to David Cameron, said Christian ideas are “losing their purchase” in Britain and we need a “set of values and beliefs to guide us” through modern times.

Giving his maiden speech in th...

10 Feb 2020

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Fund announced for security measures at places of worship in Scotland

A new £500,000 scheme will give funding for places of worship to install a range of security measures to protect them against hate crime. 

Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf and Communities Secretary Aileen Campbell  announced the new scheme when they visited Garnethill Synagogue in Glasgow.

The fund will be launched later this year and will be open to all places of worship in Scotland. Religious...

03 Feb 2020

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Wuhan Pastor encourages strength in Christs love and Prayers at this time of testing

Tan Songhua, a Pastor from the City of Wuhan has written a letter encouraging Christians to pray for their Brothers and Sisters and to keep their eyes fixed on Jesus.

Given that the situation is so critical, yet trusting in the Lord’s promises, that his thoughts toward us are of peace, and not evil (Jer. 29:11), and he allows a time of testing, not to destroy us, but to establish us.


31 Jan 2020

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