Helen Hoarle tells the inspiring story of Aaron and Dave.
Tam had 2 young children when she needed to move into temporary accommodation for her and the children’s safety. She grew up in care and had no support network but desperately wanted to do the best for her children.
The reality of the state of the next generation in terms of their battles with mental health, the digital life and an ever-decreasing Christian faith is stark. Yet God will always have a remnant that remain faithful to him even in the most desperate of circumstances. Join Tim Barton as he explores how God is moving within the Next Generation in the Church of the Black Country in unassuming but significant ways.
In a follow-up to his article about the invasion on the US Capitol building in January 2021, Love Dudley’s Adrian Lowe digs deeper into the divisions permeating through American society and asks the question, what does this mean for the UK Church at this time?
Many of us are asking the question; what on earth is going on? Join Adrian Lowe as he explores the significance of the attack on the US Capitol Building in January 2021 and what it exposes about the lack of truth in a society desperate for answers.
We at Love Black Country stand with those hurting and affected by the brutal murder of George Floyd in America and feel strongly that we want to be clear about our stance on racism in our communities.
Buckle yourselves in for a challenging but extremely refreshing read! Love Dudley’s Adrian Lowe questions the extent to which centralised systems of government and leadership are infiltrating the 21st century church structure.
The moving story of one Black Country family who have been impacted by the love of God shown through His people.
Tim Fellows’ original article about throwing our arms around the Next Generation.
Adrian Lowe explores the challenge of how we comprehend the Bible.
Ever wondered how you can better support families who foster or have adopted children in your community?