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'It's not unusual for me to be heckled as I speak!' | Peter's story 
My wife and I are part of Kings Community Church, Hedge End, and we look after the Hope Centre, an initiative that is part of our church.
'They are often alone as believers onboard' Paul's story
Lighthouse Harbour Ministries was established in 1981 to reach sailors (also known as ‘seafarers’) on board cargo ships with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
'They were up for talking more about faith, so I suggested a one-to-one' Chris' story
This week we introduce you to Chris Chasty, a Civil Engineer at Network Rail, and his experience of using CEM materials 121.
Confidence in Christ on the frontline, part 2
This week we spoke to Abby Greenwell, a physiotherapist based in London and part of St Helen’s Bishopsgate church. She’s been helping to lead Christianity Explored (CE) on Zoom throughout lockdown.
Webinar: Running Christianity Explored on Zoom
A webinar with Craig Dyer, Training Director at Christianity Explored Ministries, and some friends, on how to run Christianity Explored on Zoom, including a Q and A.
Lizzie's story
We were thrilled to receive this story from Christ Church Mayfair in London about their online Christianity Explored course, and to hear from one of the participants on the course.
Practical advice from church leaders
Our Training Director Craig Dyer spoke to several churches across the UK to hear stories of how they're already virtually running the course. We hope this discussion will both inspire you and give you practical tips to get going:
Andy Calderwood's story 
Read how singer Andy Calderwood came to faith in Jesus.
Love, live and tell the gospel this Christmas
The most important preparation is not for Christmas events themselves, but for the opportunities they present to make Jesus known to those around us.
To the Ends of the Earth: The United Kingdom
On Election Day, Chief Executive Ian Roberts shares his take on what it's like being a Christian in the United Kingdom.
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