God's Colours: Flo's Story – Christian Article

We are delighted to introduce our third inspiring interviewee, Flo, who speaks of how she lives out her faith at school and beyond. We pray Flo’s desire to see her friends come to know Jesus and her approach to living distinctively builds you up and encourages you today. “I would probably just say Jesus defines my faith” Having grown up in a Christian family, with three older sisters, Flo encourages us to ensure that our relationship with Jesus is personal…

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Shenali’s Story — More Precious – Christian Article

It was such a privilege to hear Shenali talk about what faith lived out looks like for her. Seeing the value of the church in her life – and how that is key to establishing a community which fills us up to send us out – is so powerful. “What defines my faith is really seeing God’s character demonstrated outwardly in the way we live our lives” Shenali really clearly speaks of some key traits which help us to outwardly…

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God Colours: Frankie's Story – Christian Article

We are delighted to introduce our fourth inspiring interviewee, Frankie, for our series ‘God-Colours’. Frankie has recently finished University and speaks of her experiences of living out her faith as a student. Her zest for life and utter passion to for friendship is such an example of faith lived out.  It has been so empowering to hear from Frankie about how she has lived out her faith at University and I have no doubt when she enters into the world…

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God Colours: Naomi's Story – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); We are thrilled to introduce our first inspiring interviewee, Naomi, for our brand-new series ‘God-Colours’. Naomi discusses what faith lived out looks like in her job, where she works in finance within the retail sector.   It has been such a blessing to hear from Naomi about what faith lived out looks like. I am particularly inspired with Naomi’s honesty about gossip – she speaks of how to be distinctive in situations when it…

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