I hope you are enjoying the summer. It isn’t long now before the children return to school after the summer break, colleges and universities start their new terms, and autumn arrives! Before you know it, Christmas will be here…
This issue of Keep The Faith is packed with the usual variety of great articles. Donnie McClurkin is back in the UK in October to celebrate 20 years
since his ‘Live in London’ concert. We have an interview with Dave P of UGN Radio; Emmanuel Smith tells us about his time on The Voice UK, and we highlight how gospel artists can access
the African markets.
Check out our list of Christian men – role models whose lives are making an impact! Their influence is so necessary, because we also look at why there is so much hate in the world. This is a question that arises every time there is another stabbing, another shooting or another vile attack to wound and disable. ‘One love and unity’ explores the need to work together. This is a must-read!
We have a really interesting article that gives insight into the role music played in the worship lifestyles of the Windrush Generation. Our ‘Debt-free and Faith-filled’ article will be useful for anyone who has financial worries. Our health pages deal with depression, prostate cancer and hypertension, and our missions pages bring inspiring testimonies from Burundi, Uganda, Zambia and Benin.
What makes Keep The Faith magazine stand out from the rest is that the articles are all contributed by its readers, all keen to highlight positive and inspirational work, testimonies, music and much more from within the Christian community.
Do you have something you would like to share with our readers? Then consider submitting an article to us. If you run a project in the community that would make a great feature for Keep The Faith, then get in touch. We would love to hear from you.