BRINGING GOOD NEWS TO WORLD WORKPLACE AND THE COMMUNITY
A 230ft-long replica of Noah’s Ark has been impounded in Ipswich Waterfront after it was deemed unseaworthy by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). The ship is a four-floored floating museum which depicts various Bible stories, including Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah, Abraham, Moses, David and Goliath. It also has a “tree of life” growing 12 metres up through the middle of the ship.
The evangelistic ministry Christianity Explored has appointed a new national director to grow the ministry.Christianity Explored is a course for people looking into the Christian faith that takes non-believers through Mark's gospel. The ministry, which came from All Souls Church, Langham Place, also produces follow-up courses, resources for children and videos about Christianity.
Kay Carter has been appointed as its first UK national director.
Christians in Cornwall putting prayer at the heart of the G7 agenda
Christians in Cornwall are sending a call to prayer around the world ahead of the G7 summit this week.
As world leaders and their support teams gather in Carbis Bay near St Ives, Christians and churches are taking the opportunity to encourage more people to pray and to unite together in prayer, sending a positive message of hope and guidance to the world's decision-makers.
Davis Barratt - Life after Business
After a life in business, David now devotes much of my time to the work of the Kingdom Way Trust helping and supporting homeless and vulnerable people.
David worked in the sugar industry for much of his working life. In 2001 he established his own company, Sugarworld Ltd until it was sold.
Whilst staying with Christian friends in Devon in August 2009 he became deeply challenged about my lifestyle, and after some deep soul searching, he committed his life to Jesus. This led to changes in my priorities. A different perspective began to emerge that led to my current work with the Kingdom Way Trust.
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