My Christian faith has been the steadfast anchor for me and my family over this difficult season of the COVID-19 pandemic. I have found so much comfort and assurance in the promises of God.   When the first case was reported in Kenya earlier this year, I experienced a lot of anxiety and panic, especially since two members of my household had to continue physically reporting to their works stations, one of which was a hospital!
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For those who missed it, our colleagues in the Defence Christian Network put on a beautiful Service of Prayer and Remembrance for the Armed Services.   This years’ Remembrance Service takes place in challenging times.  It is an opportunity to remember colleagues who have given their lives, but also look forward with hope.   In his role as Honorary Colonel Royal Marines, Bear Grylls shared his personal approach to challenge at the service: ‘We all face our time
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The recent death of George Floyd was unjust, inhumane, and heart-breaking to view. His death has resurfaced memories of past hurts and injustices, fears about the future, and anger about long-standing injustices against black people around the world. The Christian faith teaches that God created humanity in his own image and that every individual is precious to Him and should be shown the dignity and respect which flows from that. Any manifestation of racism is
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As we enter the second month of Covid lockdown, it is deeply poignant to think that only two months ago, we were gathering for our National Conference.  Looking back, we can see how spot-on the messages were – starting with the initial message…. It is perhaps prophetic that at the very start of the conference, our first speaker spoke about the importance of going first to the Lord for His assistance in hard times.  It
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For each day of Lent 2019, the then Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt wrote a personal letter to persecuted Christians around the world. For the Christians who received these letters, many of whom had family members in prison for their faith or had experienced horrific violence at the hands of their persecutors, this was a small yet extremely encouraging act of support. In fact, you can see just how encouraging this was for Esther in Northern Nigeria
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