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Christianity Once Again Under Attack In England

Christianity Once Again Under Attack In England

Christianity is the only religion which is fair game for ridicule, attack and blasphemy. As this video proves, a man in broad daylight thinks absolutely nothing by jumping on to church property and attempting to rip down its cross. While it must be commended that the police actually turned up and arrested this hooligan, I wholly expect charges to either be dropped or for him to quietly be released or for a very lenient punishment to be served on him….

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The Truth About Politicians And The Church

The Truth About Politicians And The Church

Nowhere in the word of God are we told to raise money, canvass or even vote for politicians. Much of what the media and print press relay to us is nothing more than a game – a pantomime. Good cop, bad cop. We are, however, commanded to lead peaceful and quiet lives, and especially pray for our leaders, regardless of their political persuasion. In 2007/9 Obama’s campaign raised a staggering 2 billion dollars to put him into a job that…

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The Death of Midnight The ‘Ministry’ Cat

The Death of Midnight The ‘Ministry’ Cat

We are very sad to announce that our ‘ministry’ cat affectingly known as Midnight has died. He was 20 years old (that’s over 120 in human years apparently). Midnight was a rescue cat and quickly joined our family years ago and was always so very affectionate and friendly. He loved everybody but certainly not other cats and would chase any away who approached him. He was always purring, including in his sleep, and even in his last precious hours with…

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Ex-Catholics For Christ Newsletter (2020)

Ex-Catholics For Christ Newsletter (2020)

As of today, Great Britain is an autonomous and sovereign state. After 47 years as a senior member of the European Union Britain has officially exited this one-world masonic inspired superstate system and will now stand strong and solo in the world. This is something we at this ministry never thought we would ever experience but so far so good. The next 12 months will see some of the most intense and complicated negotiations Britain has ever undergone, not just…

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Rare King James Bible From World War I

Rare King James Bible From World War I

A friend of the ministry found this very interesting King James Bible from 1914 while visiting a local charity shop in his town. Inside was a fascinating handwritten note to British soldiers soon to be dispatched to France and Belgium at the start of World War I. This heartfelt note (see below) was from one of Britain’s most distinguished war heroes, Field Marshall Frederick Sleigh Roberts (1832-1914). With millions of scared and impressionable young men waiting nervously to be shipped…

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A Royal Endorsement of Witchcraft (Harry Potter)

A Royal Endorsement of Witchcraft (Harry Potter)

“There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee” (Deut….

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Church Or Circus?

Church Or Circus?

Part of our weekly outreach is handing out Bible tracts outside the local railway station to mainly office workers and others returning home after a long day. I have to say many do indeed accept this gift of a free tract, with some passing kind encouraging comments. Just recently a lady who attends a church in a nearby town paused and talked to me. It seems she had seen us doing this before and wanted to say that the harvest is…

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Chilean Miners Rescued From ‘Hell’

Chilean Miners Rescued From ‘Hell’

(A Chilean miner celebrates his freedom wearing a Jesus t-shirt) As of writing this, I am watching rolling live news coverage (along with an estimated 1 billion people) of the amazing rescue operation to free 33 miners, half a mile under the earth! Most of the men that have been trapped for 69 days are a mixture of Catholics and Protestants. It was wonderful therefore to see some of these men with Scripture verses on their t-shirts, and one having JESUS…

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The Tragic Death of A Communist

The Tragic Death of A Communist

We shall call him “Brian.” He was an American that came to live in the UK after the Second World War, flying Allied planes over occupied Nazi Europe and even won some medals for his bravery. Standing at around five feet and now well into his 80s, he was a colourful character and was always happy to talk about his favourite person, Joseph Stalin. “Brian’s” main beef, however, was his anger at the war in Iraq. He would arrive in town…

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A Simple Good Deed

A Simple Good Deed

Some years ago, after going shopping, I noticed a middle-aged couple, looking rather puzzled and concerned about how best to get a new table and chairs, that they had just purchased, back to their home, which was only a few miles away. As I surveyed their worried looks I felt compelled to walk over and offer my assistance. My car was an estate, which allowed the much-needed extra space, whereas they only had a standard size car and certainly could not…

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