on 16 Nov 2017
‘We’re leaving!’ ‘Just give me a minute.’ I bounded up the stairs, entered the smallest room and as I was wriggling out of my jeans I heard the dreaded splash.
I felt a presence with me
By Sarah Patel
on 07 Nov 2017
Nuha is a university student from a Muslim background. Sarah Patel from Global Aid Network asked Nuha to share how her experience of supernatural healing on a GAiN summer project led to her placing he...
Reconciling all things
By Danielle Wilson
on 03 Nov 2017
“For God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through his blood, shed on ...
What can we learn from the Reformation?
By Rachel Wears
on 31 Oct 2017
On 31st October 1517, one man nailed ninety-five theses to a door of a church, and the spark that launched the Reformation ignited. Martin Luther, then a monk and professor at the University of Witten...
One community to another: Birmingham UK to Erbil Iraq
By Philippa Stevens
on 12 Oct 2017
Want to make sure that the communities in Iraqi refugee camps are getting the supplies they need? Where better to start, then, than our own communities? When I learnt about the horrible situations fac...
“Now I know I’m loved!”
By Kimberley Carribine
on 09 Oct 2017
These were the words of a student, Natasha, returning from home over the summer, the joy visibly exuding from her face. We had parted back in May with her in very low spirits and my praying that she w...
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