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Kath’s database in FamilySearch’s Genealogies has “Connections” in its title as a simple way of defusing objections such as, “What have all these Cumberland folk got to do with Filey?”  For the most part they are Kath’s forebears. 286 more words



In an article published online by the New Zealand Herald on 4 July 2017, entitled “What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted: The Untold Story of Teen Suicide in the North,” I read of the harrowing, silent crises that ordinary New Zealanders face every day. 720 more words

Henry Venn (Church Missionary Society)-2 July 2017

Henry Venn (Church Missionary Society – remembered on 1st July
Venn, Henry (1796-1873)Anglican missions administrator and theorist

Venn was born at Clapham, London, into a leading evangelical Anglican family. 189 more words


William Wilberforce: The Chain Breaker

No one told me I owe you
All I’ve heard is that you are all wicked
They told me 88 more words



The subtitle of this book is William Wilberforce And The Heroic
Campaign To End Slavery.

Amazing Grace tells the story of the remarkable life of the British abolitionist William Wilberforce (1759-1833). 100 more words


The Beginning of the End (of the Slave Trade)

Slavery is a topic that tends to bring up very passionate arguments today. For the most part, a great disgust for the topic is most prominent. 1,219 more words


Do Christian Sacrifices Payoff?

We are often tempted to wonder was it worth it? Was it worth it to give up family vacations, newer cars, and our kids’ sports’ careers for the faith? 836 more words