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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.

Articles

  • November 28th, 2014
    A Bill allowing local authorities to include prayers in their meetings if they so choose, had its second reading in Parliament last week.
  • July 19th, 2012
    Churches are being called upon by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) to ring bells for three minutes at 8.12am on 27 July, the day the Olympics begin.
  • June 14th, 2012
    The General Medical Council’s Investigation Committee has today (14 June) reprimanded a Christian doctor for sharing his faith with a patient at the end of a private consultation.
  • April 24th, 2012
    A High Court judge has upheld a ban on a Christian radio advert, ruling that it was “directed to a political end.” The proposed advert quoted research suggesting that 60% of Christians believed that members of their faith were becoming increasingly marginalised in the workplace.
  • February 10th, 2012
    Street Preacher Mike Overd was today (10 Feb) cleared by Taunton Magistrates' Court of a ‘Hate Crime’ for preaching against homosexual conduct. He had been charged under the Public Order Act.
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