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    Back to Basics

    “According to H.H. Mitchell, Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.”* It goes without saying that water is an essential beverage to top up […]
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    We Say, “Thank You!”

    It has been 43 years since the Universal Church began. 43 difficult years. Years of struggle, hardships, challenges and injustices. Although there has been a lot of pain, the goal has always been the same – the souls – and this has made the toil worthwhile. From city centres and high streets to the depths […]
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    What’s the Guarantee?

    Although the lockdown is gradually easing, the results of it are evident. From business closures to layoffs and more, the quarantine has affected those on the Forbes’ list right down to the ordinary family next door. These times have no doubt been difficult for many, and Kayleigh Rennix is one of those people. She had […]
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    Are You Using the Right Strategy?

    Love comes around in different ways; no two stories are the same. Those hoping that their dreams may come true just like in the Hollywood romantic comedy they watched last night might have to think again… or do they? Justin McLeod, founder and chief executive of dating app Hinge, had a strategy. His motive for […]
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    Open Doors

    For three months the Universal Church has complied with government guidelines in a bid to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic. For three months the doors of the church have been closed, only opening to the public on Saturdays to host the Soup Kitchen, whilst adhering to social distancing and implementing hygiene procedures. Now, after three […]
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    Never Too Far Away

    How beautiful is the smile of a child who is reunited with their parent after unwanted time apart? The love of family is a treasure that withstands distance and hardships. This love is evident in Suzie Vaughan and her two young daughters, who were reunited after nine weeks of separation. As a health worker, Suzie […]
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    Are You and Your Partner on Different Pages?

    There’s alleged trouble in paradise, as scattered rumours have surfaced that Kim and Kanye West’s marriage is crumbling due to the lockdown. It is reported that “the couple has been having issues to the point where they’re supposedly sleeping in different rooms”, and have had a difference of opinions on how to spend their free […]
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    Many Small Actions Could Make A Big Difference

    The pandemic and quarantine have brought about many changes, no doubt affecting each and every single individual. Habits and routines have had to change – particularly those that involve being outdoors – to make them better suited to being carried out in the home. Gyms and other establishments have been forced to close their doors, […]
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    It’s a Matter of Choice

    No one is born weak or strong. We come into the world equally dependant on our parents. But as we get older, being weak or strong becomes a matter of choice, and this depends on how we react to the situations we are faced with in life. In this crisis, there are two kinds of people […]
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    Man Studies 18 Years for Justice

    When things are not going how you expected them to, how do you react? Do you cave in to the seemingly impossible nature of the situation, or do you do everything you can to change it? Do you flee or fight? Ugandan Jordan Kinyera chose the latter when he studied and trained for 18 years […]
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