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    Seven churches of the Apocalypse

    There are seven churches in the book of revelation: Ephesus Smyrna Pergamum Thyatira Sardis Philadelphia Laodicea These seven churches symbolise seven different people… which one are you? Every Wednesday for seven weeks for we had this eye-opening study. 7 Cities. 7 Churches. 7 Letters. 1 Revelation Event: Seven churches of the Apocalypse Date: Wednesdays Time: 7.30pm (also at 7am, […]

    Ancient Egyptian deities, Christ, God the Father,

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    Have you had enough?

      Is it fair that you are a hard worker, but you still haven’t gotten that promotion? Is it fair that you try your best to meet the needs of your other half, but in return you are unloved and rejected? Or that you’ve given and invested so much in your children, but they are […]

    Christ, Christian prayer, God, Jesus, Parable of the Unjust Judge, Prayer, Psalms,

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  • London Seniors head for Brighton fun day

    Wednesday, 29th July 2015 Accompanied by friends and family members, over 100 older Londoners, most members of the Caleb group, enjoyed their annual seaside trip on Saturday 18 July. In fact there were so many of them, eager to escape the heat of the city for Brighton’s sea breezes, that seven coaches were needed to […]
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    From Living in one of London’s worst estates to living a dream life

    “You will never change!” That is what many youths hear on a day-to-day basis.

    London, Raheem Sterling, United Kingdom,

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    Offline dating – a social experiment with surprising results

    Nowadays the most common way for two people to meet is through online dating websites, and if having these websites stored up on your desktop isn’t enough, modern technology has led to people being enabled to carry these websites around with them on their phones.

    Artificial intelligence, London, Technology,

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    Becoming a better man

    I grew up with both of my parents—what more could I have asked for, right? Yet, my dad was hardly ever around and when he was, he would treat me badly. He didn’t believe in me and would bombard me with negative words.
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    How to achieve the perfect marriage

    This week in our meeting, we sought to understand a woman’s role in marriage. For a marriage to work, both need to understand each other’s needs and be able to meet these needs. This is the reason why many marriages end up in divorce or betrayal, because basic needs are not being met and it leads to frustration and pain.
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    The life of Job

    What can we learn from the life of Job? 1. Who was Job before God? “There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was blameless and upright, and one who feared God and shunned evil.” (Job 1.1) He was a man who pleased God and, as a […]
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    My encouragement is…

    And many of the Samaritans of that city believed in Him because of the word of the woman who testified, “He told me all that I ever did…” (John 4.39) Many people are the same when it comes to expressing their faith and truly believing in God, because they need to see and hear a third-party’s testimony.
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  • Peckham Youths dig and weed for their community

    Friday 24th July 2015 Thanks to a group of youthful volunteers, two of Southwark’s most important open spaces received a makeover during the weekend of July 18/19. The volunteers were members of the Victory Youth Group (VYG) taking part in their annual ‘We Care! – Youth Engagement’ initiative, which helps with a wide range of […]
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