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London Mayor Boris Johnson has said £1.3tn of investment is needed over the next 35 years in order for London to retain its world class status

Britain Is No Longer a Christian Country and Should be Systematically de-Christianized, Panel Said

A two-year commission called for public U.K. life to be systematically de-Christianized due to the decline of church-going and the rise of Islam and other beliefs

Anja Ringgren Lovén Reveals the Story of Heartbreaking Starving Child in Nigeria

This is the story behind the heartbreaking image shared on social media almost one year ago of an aid worker photographed giving water to a severely emaciated child. A real-life story that Inspired and captivated the world in 2016.

Christian Prayers Along Polish Border Called “Anti-Muslim”

Fighting for the right to pray. Has the media converted to Islam? 

7 Faith Based Christian Movies Not to Miss This Year

Traditionally, faith-based films were saddled with microscopic budgets and unable to draw big-name talent, either in front of or behind the camera. However in recent years there has been some extremely well-made and executed movies with religion as a theme that have received a lot of press and positive feedback from traditionally harsher critics and viewers.


Story of 'Jesus' Comes to Sight & Sound Theatres (Interview)


Jonah is a prophet – and a man on the run. From who? From God!

The Case for Christ

In 1980, Lee Strobel’s award-winning investigative reporting earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune.