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Currently, within our nation, we are dealing with Brexit and an unstable government. The economy is shaky, businesses are wondering whether to invest in the booming UK market or start looking for opportunities elsewhere before the bubble pops.
In a time when we are met with national uncertainty and the fear of the unknown. Citizens of the Kingdom have a remarkable opportunity to live by faith and not by sight.
There is one thing we cannot avoid, uncertainty. It creeps up on us when we least expect it to. As believers, we feel that we should have everything sorted out, and never be a doubting Thomas. Certainty should be our daily bread. But the opposite is true, so many of us feel anxious about what tomorrow will bring.
Welcome to Chronicles. A history of the Islington fellowships developments as a community.
Happy new year to all our faithful readers and welcome to new readers who have found us along the way. Here at Restore Citizenship, we would like to take the opportunity to thank you all for your support over the years it indeed has been a journey as we have continued to refine the way we share the message of the kingdom.
Shall we wash our hands? “as the elders said, if a child washed his hands he could eat with Kings” - Chinua Achebe Shall we wash our hands, sit with the ancients Shall we drink from their well? Shall we learn from our teachers? Shall we hear their stories?
There is a slow awakening now in the Kingdom of the impact mental disorder has not only on the sufferer, but on the family and as the community as a whole.
Even as I write this, I just saw a news report on CNN talking of the way 'millennials' meet each other through social mediums promoting casual sex. All this led me to thinking of how relationships are formed, or how they ought to be.
The New Testament sheds light on many things relating to the promises of God, these promises passed down through the ages from generation to generation stem from a long line of patriarchs who prefigured an aspect of the kingdom to come.
We’re back! With much excitement this quarter as our authors have chosen to present you the wonderful reader with a particular theme. With all the recent voting that took place in the UK they have decided that this edition will be one that is “Political.”
Active citizenship was at the heart of Paul's instruction to Timothy to pray for all those in authority.
What is education? What is our attitude to education today? What's the philosophy behind the education our children are receiving?
News flash: He’s at it again. The charismatic prophet of Judea has launched a scathing rebuke against the upcoming royal wedding. Saying it is unlawful and dishonoring to God.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen” they lamented. This was arguably fake remorse, it was no secret that many amongst the guests were co-conspirators in her demise.
The General Synod continue its mission of irrelevance by urging Bishops to draw up plans for a re-baptism style service for persons celebrating their gender transition.