Meet the team

Adewale

Adewale

Ade is the co founder of Restore Citizenship and serves as a deacon in the Islington fellowship. An IT professional, Ade oversees the delivery of the ministries reach strategy through Discover Citizenship and is passionate about sharing the message of kingdom citizenship.

 

Only one life

C. T. Studd was born to Edward Studd, a wealthy father who became a Christian during a Moody and Sankey campaign in England, which had a big impact on the family.

Whats the cost of an education without God?

Are you a Christian parent, pastor or expert in the education sector?

Are you concerned about:

  • the state of education in the UK?
  • the impact of education policies on children.
  • the viability of alternative methods of schooling.

On the 21st July we hosted the Big Convo "Whats the cost of an education without God?"

The event consisted of a guest speaker and included a panel of experts who shared their expertise and experience in the field of education.

Watch the full video presentation of the BIG CONVO "What's the cost of an education without God".
For the speaker's presentation including outcomes of the table talks, download the full presentation slide pack.

 

Teach me

Have parents dropped the ball when it comes to their children’s education? If the answer is yes, then let's explore what it means to educate. 

Should politics be in the pulpit?

To kick start our first Big Convo meetup we invited Christian Concern to present the big picture on the subject of "Should politics be in the pulpit".

Christian Concern have been at the front line of a range of issues pertaining to faith in the public and political sphere. They work to infuse a biblical worldview into every aspect of society.

Our key note speaker: Robert Smith is a Christian who was a successful businessman but is currently pursuing his new passion as a lawyer; he is a member of the Christian Legal Centre and he is happily married with three children.

Watch the full presentation below.

Protecting and preserving our identity

The current climate around the world, especially in the west, is similar to empires in the past. The present is the echo of the past, and it would be wise to learn from the victories and challenges.