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    Over 900 youths in London march against gun and knife crime

    Gun and knife crime in the UK has sadly been rising each year, affecting many young people and their families. In response to the wave of knife crime across London, the Victory Youth Group (VYG) held the Life’s Worth Living march to spread awareness. The successful march was held on Saturday 27th July at 3pm, […]

    HelpCentre headquarters, Life’s Worth Living, Universal Church in the UK,

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    A night where anything was made possible

    The Night of Power, which took place on the 16th of July, was an event that marked the lives of hundreds of people. Many arrived at the event with problems that had lingered for weeks, months and some even years. Bishop Alvaro, leader of the UCKG HelpCentre in the UK, began the service by showing […]

    make great things happen, receive a special prayer, the blessings of this world,

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    Inmates’​ Friends & Family Day

    On Saturday 29th June the Rescue of Dignity Group (ROD) held its Inmates’ Family and Friends Day at the UCKG HelpCentre in Finsbury Park, North London. With family members also serving the same sentence as their convicted loved one, the ROD Group decided to hold this event to support families who experience feelings of loss, […]

    expressing her pain, feedback and support, trying to find a job,

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    Study connects heart attacks with holding a grudge

    A recent study has revealed a connection between heart attacks and holding a grudge. One hundred and thirty people participated in the study that concluded that those who found it difficult to forgive had developed more heart related diseases than those who could forgive. Even though it has been a common assumption that grudges and […]

    difficult to forgive, lack of trust,

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    Woman celebrates divorce with photoshoot

    After her marriage of 13 years fell apart, Marie Lollies — a 47-year-old woman from South Carolina, USA — celebrated her divorce with a photoshoot that included pictures of her burning her wedding photo and showing off the papers that completed the split from her husband. ‘I wanted to show that strong women can be […]

    a chapter of my life, with the right guidance,

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    Study reveals increase in persecution of Christians

    A report ordered by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has revealed that persecution of Christians in some parts of the world is at near- ‘genocidal’ levels. It estimates that one in three people suffer from persecution because of their faith, Christians being the most persecuted group. Mr Hunt said he felt that ‘political correctness’ plays a […]

    most persecuted group, persecution of Christians,

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    Game of Thrones actresses reveal fight against depression

    Actress Sophie Turner, 22, became known worldwide for her role as Sansa Stark in the Game of Thrones series. But all the fame and fortune she acquired over the years as a celebrity were unable to make her happy. In an interview for ‘Phil the Blanks’, Sophie said that she has been suffering from depression […]

    help with this condition, struggle with depression, unable to make her happy,

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    Friends with Down’s Syndrome open successful pizzeria

    Even though a few companies offer an inclusion program for people with disabilities, it is still difficult for some people to find work, especially in less developed countries. That is why a group of friends who were born with Down’s Syndrome decided to rely entirely on themselves to succeed. After unsuccessfully searching for work in […]

    challenged the odds, rely entirely on themselves,

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    Study linking TV series to increase in suicides

    A study conducted by the American government has linked an increase in teen suicides to Netflix’s drama ‘13 Reasons Why’. The research has concluded that this type of death involving people aged 10 to 17 worsened by 28.9% one month after the series’ launch in April 2017. The study was conducted through the joint efforts […]

    struggling through difficult times,

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    Mothers are the most influential in faith

    A recent survey has found that mothers are the most influential character in their children’s Christian faith. According to a new Barna study – which examines the roles that mothers and fathers play in their children’s development – 68% of American Christians said they were more impacted by their mother’s faith. Only 48% said their […]

    relationship with God, teach them about the Bible,

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