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We have selected twelve 4 minute Salvation Stories from around the world to showcase through the day, Saturday 31st July.

 

From 8am to 8pm we will have different Salvation Stories on Facebook and YouTube and can be accessed by clicking on each video below. Please SHARE WITH FRIENDS

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Facebook has long sought your attention. In recent weeks, it has started asking for your prayers as well in a new tool now available for U.S. Facebook Groups.

The prayer feature is part of Facebook's recent and concerted outreach to the religious community, which it is speaking about in detail to media for the first time. Facebook sees worshippers as a vital community to drive engagement on the world's largest social media platform.

The faith minister has denied reports that the Government's new rules around Covid passports for large venues will include churches. Lord Greenhalgh was responding to a tweet by Talk Radio which suggested night clubs, cinemas and churches would need to check if visitors had been vaccinated. He said: "As faith minister I would like to make clear to everyone that the government is not going to make being double-jabbed a condition of entry to a place of worship. Talk Radio has got this wrong."

Victory for Christian street preacher who was fined and prosecuted for evangelising in London

Magistrates in London have ruled a Christian street preacher, who was fined and prosecuted, was entitled to evangelise and gather during lockdown.

Joshua Sutcliffe, 31, along with one socially distanced friend, was preaching and handing out leaflets in Camden, North London, on Good Friday in April last year, when they were stopped by police.

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Monday August 9th 2021 - 8:00PM

Simon Pinchbeck - From Copper to Criminal to Christian

Simon was a `Copper` who had a career change & became a `Criminal`, then had a life change to become a `Christian`. 

 

After over 23years in the Met. Police, Simon left after receiving a `Not Guilty` verdict on a serious assault charge against another officer. He then became obsessed with money and entered into a life of crime with a group of men that he trained with at a local gym.

However after a nasty falling out with these guys, he was facing prison or death. He had left his wife and family, and was at the lowest point of his life - but it was seeing the difference Jesus Christ had made in a very violent man`s life, that led Simon to invite Jesus into his own life.

 

That was in 2002, since then Simon has been reunited with his family, and  has continued to let Jesus tell His story through his life, across the UK and beyond.

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