Elizabeth II of England, Britain’s longest-serving monarch and official head of the Church of England, died Thursday at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at age 96. She came to the throne in 1952 and her two titles of Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of
Facing Brexit fallout and COVID, the head of the country’s Evangelical Alliance is eager to shift attention back to their mission.
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As people in Bristol, England, joined global rallies against racial injustices, some protesters on Sunday (June 7) toppled a statue of 17th century slave trader Edward Colston and tossed it into the city’s harbor. A British Baptist leader who lives in Bristol told Word&Way the
Barbers listen on average 2,000 hours a year. So in 2015, Tom Chapman founded the Lions Barber Collective to turn barbershops into safe spaces for men.