• The Challenge of the Cross

    Have you ever been so mad about a situation or problem that you are going through? You have gone through the phases wondering, crying, asking ‘why?’, shutting down and finally reaching a point of anger. You are pretty cross! So, what do you do with this anger? It has to go somewhere, somewhere profitable. Why […]

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    Love Talk Tour

    What do you think about when you hear the word ‘love’? Togetherness, happiness, commitment, and marriage, among other things, right?

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  • Dance and fitness day at Peckham HelpCentre

    When the UCKG HelpCentre’s Peckham branch decided to put on a Zumba/fitness session for members of its seniors’ group, Caleb, little did the organisers think that the event would attract everyone from grandkids to grannies and some in between.

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  • Nottingham seniors try chair base Zumba

    Exercise for older people is now greatly recommended, so members of the Caleb seniors’ group at the UCKG HelpCentre in Nottingham were eager to join in a fitness afternoon at the centre on Saturday 11 March.

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    Think before you blame the parents

    Blaming your parents for everything that is wrong in your own life, and probably the entire world, is part of growing up, or so it seems. Despite the fact that most parents love us to bits, feed us, clothe us, educate us, take us on holiday, give us treats and in the process, give up […]

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    God opened a door that no-one could close!

    After using his faith and tithing, Elie Henry was offered a job with a large global financial-services company after being denied position after position. His contract was due to start at the end of January; however, not all went as planned.

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    Your plan or His will?

    ‘He went a little farther, and falling on His face, He prayed, “O My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from Me. Nevertheless, not as I will, but as You will.”’ (Matthew 26:39)

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    Life is…learning to leave the past behind

    At a young age, I was taken advantage of and abused. I had anger issues and I started hallucinating. My problems didn’t stop there; in school, I was failing in all my subjects.

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    Death was calling

    The earliest memories that Ana Firmino has of her childhood are bleak and miserable.

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    Through my faith, my brother was set free

    Tolu attended the ACT meetings for her family, to free them from all of their addictions.

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