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News in the UK to fuel our prayers


News In brief - page 3 May issue

News In brief – page 3 May issue

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the May issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

Self-correcting embryos
Impartiality questioned
New John Owen tutor
Welsh safeguarding

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News from UK and around the world to fuel our prayers


News from the UK and around the world

News from the UK and around the world

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the April issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

UK news
Church registration?
Gender abortion
New man at Affinity
Genocide of Christians
Synod’s priorities?

World news
Cameroon: killings

Israel: affirmation
Mexico: restored
Pakistan: executed
Syria: released

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News in the UK to fuel our prayers


News in brief - March issue page 3

News in brief – March issue page 3

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the March issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

New co-ordinator
Shari’a Bill success
Fix Easter?
Mandarin study
Screening progress?
LGBT rejected?
Sunday attacked again

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News in the UK to fuel our prayers


News in brief - February issue

News in brief – February issue

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the February issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

Christians unacceptable
Ramadan and exams
Unlikely alliance
Barnabas appointments
Pastor not guilty
Enforced equality
More than 100MP’s

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News in the UK to fuel our prayers


News in brief - page 3 January issue

News in brief – page 3 January issue

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the January issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

LMC back at the RAH
Minister’s mistake
Open Door to No.10
BBC: sacking?
Freeview the gospel
Challenge refused
John Lewis: Real Love

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Prayer fuel: Support for Sunday and praying for accusers


 

November issue News in brief

November issue News in brief

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the November issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

Corbyn supports Sunday – Jeremy Corbyn, the newly elected Labour leader, announced his support for the campaign opposed to the change in Sunday trading laws at a Labour Party church service in late September.

Cliff praying for accuser – Sir Cliff Richard is said to be praying for the person who has accused him of committing a sex crime against a young boy, it was reported in mid-September.

Headless – The Church of England is struggling to find enough Christian head teachers to lead its 4,700 primary and secondary schools it was announced in October.

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Prayer fuel: Prayermate app and fuelling extremism


Here are a handful of news-bites included in the October issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

Theology free – As theologyontheweb.org.uk celebrated its 14th anniversary on 1 September, the 25,000+ theological articles that it hosts are equipping millions of visitors around the world to study in-depth, not only the Bible, but also church history, biblical archaeology and Christian missions without the need to access a university or Bible College library.

RE: watered down – The Church of England’s chief education officer, the Revd Nigel Genders, said in August that changes to the GCSE system are creating a ‘moral vacuum’ which is fuelling extremism.

Prayer, mate? – The mobile app designed to help Christians pray more regularly, reached a major milestone in September after receiving its 100,000th download across both iOS and Android.

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Prayer fuel: Secularists backing preacher and porn regulation


UK News in brief - pg.3

UK News in brief – pg.3

Here are a handful of news-bites included in the September issue of en. Please use these articles to spur your prayers, personally or in regular prayer meetings, as we pray for our country.

Abortion facility to close – On July 21 it was reported that an undisclosed abortion facility is to close as a result of pro-life campaigning. The move has been described by Britain’s largest private abortion provider BPAS as a ‘first in the UK’.

Secularists back preacher – The National Secular Society have spoken out against the prosecution of a Northern Irish preacher who criticised Islam.

Porn regulation – New polling over 10 –12 July for social policy charity CARE (Christian Action Research and Education) demonstrates strong public support for the government’s commitment to regulate all websites with pornographic content.

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