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Not Ashamed

Jesus is Lord, not just at home or at church, but at school and in the workplace. Unfortunately it is becoming increasingly difficult to be a Christian in some environments in the UK. There have been more and more cases where Christians have suffered penalties for acting out their faith in the public sphere. Some have lost their jobs because they could not act against their religious conscience at work.

Not Ashamed is a campaign encouraging Christians to live out their faith in public, to wear a symbol of the cross and to boldly share the good news of Jesus Christ with others.

For further information please click here for the Not Ashamed website.


  • September 30th, 2015
    A Lancashire council has reversed a plan to remove a large wooden cross from a local crematorium, following criticism of the proposal.
  • September 23rd, 2015
    In his blog this week, Archbishop Cranmer highlights the absurdity of the notion of 'British values', arguing that the most fundamental of all British values is liberty.
  • September 18th, 2015
    Murdo Macleod, a graduate of Christian Concern's Wilberforce Academy, has appeared on BBC radio to speak about his new film, which looks at the life of 16th century Scottish reformer John Knox.
  • September 8th, 2015
    Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who was jailed after she resisted pressure to issue same-sex 'marriage' licences, has been released.
  • September 7th, 2015
    Hundreds of Muslim refugees are becoming Christians at a church in Berlin. Pastor Gottfried Martens of Trinity Church has seen his flock grow from 150 to 600 in two years, with most converts coming from Iran and Afghanistan.
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