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Operation Nehemiah launches ACTS Christianity pack for UK schoolsCountry/Region: United Kingdom, Europe
Operation Nehemiah has launched a new initiative to motivate and enable the Church and Christians to support British schools in the teaching of Christianity as part of Religious Education.
ACTS (Assisting Christianity Teaching in Schools) is a resource pack, aimed at ages 7 to 11, now available for churches or individuals to sponsor and donate as a gift to local schools. A smaller bonus pack is available for ages 5 to 7. Aimed at the primary level, ACTS is an exciting opportunity for Christians to invest in material that will assist schools in their presentation of Christianity and introduce Christian reference and reading books into school libraries.
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #26
Afghan Christian convert attacked in UK;
Muslim couple in UK challenge French veil ban in court;
Europe’s tallest building will be a “symbol of Islamic finance”;
Australian Christians respond to Muslim billboard campaign;
Afghan Christian convert attacked in UK
An Afghan Muslim man in Nottingham, England, has been sentenced to jail for attacking another Afghan who had converted from Islam to Christianity.
Muslim couple in UK challenge French veil ban in court
A French Muslim couple living in Britain will challenge France’s ban on full-face coverings at the European Court of Human Rights.
Europe’s tallest building will be a “symbol of Islamic finance”
The Shard, a developing skyscraper that will transform London’s landscape, is a potent symbol of the growing significance of Islamic finance, according to the Financial Times.
Christians respond to Muslim billboard campaign
A major billboard campaign has been launched in Sydney declaring that Jesus was a prophet of Islam.
Operation Nehemiah: News and Prayer Update #25
Muslim gang jailed for attack on RE teacher;
Ireland aims to be home of Islamic finance in Europe;
“BBC is anti-Christian”, according to its own survey;
UK universities “complacent” over Islamic extremism, Home Secretary;
New Bill to tackle Sharia Courts and discrimination against Muslim;