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One community to another: Birmingham UK to Erbil Iraq
By Philippa Stevens on 12 Oct 2017

Want to make sure that the communities in Iraqi refugee camps are getting the supplies they need? Where better to start, then, than our own communities? When I learnt about the horrible situations faced by Iraqi and Syrian children in refugee camps, with no access to education and at risk of exploitation, I knew I needed to get my community, my university, involved.

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“Now I know I’m loved!”
By Kimberley Carribine on 09 Oct 2017

These were the words of a student, Natasha, returning from home over the summer, the joy visibly exuding from her face. We had parted back in May with her in very low spirits and my praying that she w...
 
 
Have you had the right training?
By Mark Daniel on 28 Sep 2017

The fact that we’re still married after 32 years is a miracle. I used to be in the Army, we were well trained and prepared for the job. We learned tactics, how to communicate, how to work together, ho...
 
 
Combatting fear with action
By Jonny Mellor on 14 Sep 2017

It’s fair to say that Christians aren’t exactly flavour of the month in the UK. A natural response might be for us to retreat.
 
 
New beginnings
By Jude Daniel on 04 Sep 2017

Every year, as summer slowly washes out into autumn, our Agapé Student Life student leaders and staff stand up to face one of the greatest migrations on planet Earth. Hundreds of thousands of (mostly)...
 
 
Greater hope in Russia despite global uncertainty
By Lauren Dixon on 22 Aug 2017

As the world's social and political climate continues in unrest, one group of Student Life students and staff chose to spend their summer bringing hope and the good news of the gospel to students in S...
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