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On Friday (18th July), hundreds of people gathered outside Parliament on the hottest day of the year to oppose Lord Falconer's Assisted Dying Bill at a rally led by disability group 'Not Dead Yet UK' and supported by Christian Concern.
A diverse crowd, including the very young, the elderly and many disabled people withstood temperatures of 32 degrees to make their voices heard outside the House of Lords.
A Christian occupational therapist has been disciplined for praying for a Muslim colleague, despite being encouraged by the colleague to talk about her faith.
Victoria Wasteney is being supported by the Christian Legal Centre in her Appeal for discrimination and harassment on grounds of religion or belief.
On Wednesday 25th June, the Court of Appeal heard the case of Christian Legal Centre, Nohad Halawi, who was dismissed from her job at Heathrow airport after her comments were incorrectly perceived by Muslim colleagues as being offensive to Islam.
Judgment in the case has been reserved until a later date.
Christan Concern has launched an exciting new initiative: church partnership - a formal relationship between Christian Concern and your local church. We believe that it will bring glory to God and great benefit to your church and our nation.
The idea of church partnership has grown out of an understanding that our ministry and the ministry of the local church are complementary.
Christian Concern exists to speak of Jesus Christ in public life. We do this in the courts, in Government and in the media.
By doing so, we aim to put the hope of Christ at the heart of our nation.
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