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.”
Be sure to read the interesting topics written on this editions political theme by checking out Kingdom Insight by Frederick, Current Emphasis by Adewale, Signs of the Times by Esther and Social Commentary by Pelumi. And though I am sure you will be full on all the food for thought brought to you this quarter by our dedicated authors, don’t forget to check out Chronicles for the low down on all the recent activities of the citizens over the last few months.
We would like to welcome and thank all our new subscribers and visitors we've had over the last quarter and hope to bring both new and old subscribers something engaging this edition with our new theme. We thank everyone for their support and the Islington Community for their dedication to learning and seeking understanding on the message of the Kingdom.
As we come to the end of this quarter the Islington Fellowship enters into the next quarter with a new kingdom to study, the kingdom of Assur. Why not join them by going along for one of the presentations or tuning in via Skype. For further information on this please visit our restore calender.
And last but not least, we have finally finished editing our VOT (Voice of Truth) documentary that will give those who were present and those who could not attend last October’s exhibition, a recap of the event. Check it out!
Jokae serves as a deacon in the Islington fellowship. A social housing professional, Jokae supports the ministries reach strategy by leading the co-ordination of internal/external communications, digital campaigns and article publishing.