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Abigail Irozuru has credited her faith in God for ending her injury woes and wait for an Olympic debut.
The 31-year-old is preparing to make her Games bow in the long jump in Tokyo.
Her dream is nine years in the making after being left out in 2012, despite making the standard, before a ruptured Achilles forced her to miss Rio.
Irozuru retired after her injury before making the decision to return in 2019 with her faith helping her to reach Japan.
She said: “I do go to church and believe in God and genuinely had a conversation with God and I felt compelled to come back.
The Christian actress Letitia Wright has spoken in an interview about turning down big roles because of her ethics and speaking out about Jesus in public.
Letitia Wright, 27, is most famous for her role in Black Panther but has also starred in Doctor Who and Black Mirror.
She is also vocal about her Christian faith, taking part in a devotional series with the YouVersion Bible app and posting about her faith on Instagram (prior to deleting her social media counts). In a recent interview with The Independent ahead of the new drama I am Danielle showing on Channel 4, she spoke about how her faith sustains her in her career:
A new survey has found more than a third of UK adults believe prayer can help them overcome mental health struggles.
The poll, conducted by Savanta ComRes and commissioned by the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer, revealed 38 per cent of UK adults believe that prayer is good for their mental health. “We are often told that we live in a secular society. But it's not true. And we're seeing an undercurrent now under growing movement of people in this country having more spiritual awareness,” the founder of the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer Richard Gamble told Premier.
Monday September 20th 2021 - 8:00PM
Stuart Patterson - From the depths of despair to the Heights of Joy
Born and raised in Glasgow’s tough Easterhouse, housing scheme, Stuart’s life was never the conventional. A life that seemed to offer so much, fast becoming robbed of even the resemblance of promise and hope, whilst bringing misery on everyone he touched and those that loved him. This all changed one incredible weekend in May 1997. One incident after another that weekend led to dramatic events that would change Stuart’s life, and those lives he would go on to touch, forever. Right at his darkest moment, when he was drifting away, Christ lifted him out of the depths of despair to a whole new life.