Monthly Archives: May 2014

John Wilson: An Apostle to Woolwich

Today is exactly a year since the terrible murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich. The world was shocked as it watched a soldier being hacked down in broad day light by two terrorists. While the perpetrators have been served life … Continue reading

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British Black Churches back legislation to outlaw modern day slavery (Press Release Statement)

At a meeting in the House of Lords, representatives of the UK’s African and Caribbean churches committed themselves to join the struggle to expose and outlaw modern forms of slavery.  It is estimated that between 20-30 million people world-wide are … Continue reading

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Lack of Church Response to Kidnapped girls

As the world’s attention is now turned to the 250 Chibok school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram, I cannot but help think about why no Nigerian pastor either in Nigeria, Britain or even in the US have spoken publicly about … Continue reading

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