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All articles by Sheila Marshall

Article

February 2016
Interviews

Combatting Ebola in Sierra Leone

What motivates a father with an expectant wife to travel to an outbreak of one of the world’s deadliest diseases? Sheila Marshall talks to Dr James Meiring about faith and hope in the middle of an Ebola epidemic. Sheila: How did you decide to go to Sierra Leone? James: At the heart of my…

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Article

January 2016
Interviews

Turning back to our Christian roots with Ade Omooba

Prolific social entrepreneur, co-founder of Christian Concern and pastor, Ade Omooba wants to see the United Kingdom return to its Christian faith. Ade also co-founded the Christian Legal Centre, defending Christians’ civil rights. He serves as a trustee for Global Day of Prayer London and is a member of the Apostolic Team of Connection…

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Article

October 2015
Interviews

Tackling modern slavery with James Ewins

Barrister James Ewins is described by his Twitter feed as a: ‘Faith-filled lover of God, justice, the poor, my wife, my children, the church, the voiceless, friends, anti-slavery and sailing’. A specialist in family law, James’ passion for justice has led him to work with bonded labourers in India for the International Justice Mission…

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The big interview – Robert Wright

Article

April 2012
Interviews

The big interview – Robert Wright

The big interview British Transport Police officer Robert Wright always wanted to be a policeman. After several years serving the force as a civil servant, he fulfilled his childhood dream. Now entering his fifth year in the BTP, Rob shared some reflections on his faith and career with Sheila Marshall. SM Why did you…

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Knowing God personally

Article

December 2010
Evangelistic

Knowing God personally

Knowing God personally I became a Christian when 13-14 years old, but the journey began a long time before. We regularly attended church and prayed together as a family. There were a couple of kindly older sisters who lived on our street, who would sometimes take me to church.  I was often arguing with siblings,…

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