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    18 ways to sleep cool during the summer heat

    With London experiencing sweltering temperatures in the past few days, many, if not all, of us have been trying to adjust to the summer heat. But as great as it is to have this warm weather, it can take away the joy and comfort of sleeping. But don’t sweat it because there are some tips […]
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    Bomb attack in Brussels Central station

    Yesterday evening at 20:39, a man identified as 36-year-old Moroccan and known only by his initials, OZ, entered the Brussels train station with a suitcase containing “nails and some small gas canisters”. After approaching a group of passengers, he attempted to detonate the bomb, leading to a “partial explosion”, before running towards a soldier and […]
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    22 year old American student sentenced to 15 years of hard labour in North Korea has died

    “kind, generous and promising” – These are the words that college classmates used to describe 22-year-old Otto Warmbier who died six days after returning from serving 17 months of his prison sentence in North Korea for stealing a propaganda poster. What started off as a tour of North Korea turned into tragedy when Otto was […]
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    People attend night vigil as a sign of solidarity following the Finsbury Park terror attack

    Reported by Karen Dori Muleba Tuesday 20 June 2017 17:15 BST As I made my way to work through Finsbury Park station this morning, I came across a crowd of people huddling over an array of flowers and supportive messages for those affected by the recent terror attack – which killed one person and injured […]
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  • Our deepest sympathy with everyone affected by the tragic incident

    Bishop Álvaro Lima, who heads the UCKG HelpCentre in the UK and is based at its headquarters in Finsbury Park, has expressed deepest sympathy with everyone affected by the tragic incident on Seven Sisters Road on the night of June 18/19, when one man died and 10 other people were injured.
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    The Value of a Sacrifice

    The value of a sacrifice is not in the amount of money a person puts on the Altar. For example, no one can say a person did not sacrifice because he put a small amount of money on the Altar. Likewise, no one can say a person made a real sacrifice because he gave a large sum of money.
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  • UCKG Supports Grenfell Tower Victims

    Pastor Michael Boodram, head of the UCKG HelpCentre’s Community Outreach Department has expressed heartfelt thanks to everyone who contributed to the department’s appeal in support of victims of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire. He said: “I am extremely grateful to everyone involved with UCKG Community Outreach for their kindness in doing what they could for […]
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    Mantle of light

    Have you ever tried cleaning your room with the lights off? It’s nearly impossible, as you can barely see where you are and what you are cleaning. Light is a necessity for us and it affects our everyday lives. The same principle of light can be applied to our lives. We go through so many […]
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    Do you want to learn about what the future holds through the Word of God?

    The Word of God not only gives us words of encouragement and hope; it also reveals the truth about what is to come in the future. For example have you ever wondered? When will the rapture takes place? Will it be a good or bad experience? Do you know how the rapture will take place? […]
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    Quench the thirst in your life

    We all envision a successful life for ourselves, but many people do not see their goals materialised. They suddenly lose hope and become stuck in life. At the UCKG HelpCentre, we believe that there is power in using faith. That’s why every Sunday, we ask our members to bring a bottle of water to be […]
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