As part of our collaboration Project Black Presence is continuing to publish articles about other Black websites. Keep the Faith Magazine is the U.K’s leading Black Christian Magazine. Below is a message from Marcia Dixon introducing you to the magazine.
This month’s Keep The Faith, Britain’s leading magazine about black faith, is filled with plenty of inspiring and interesting articles.
Rev Wale Hudson-Roberts looks at why so many black men are choosing white partners, and what churches can do to encourage black love. Author Comfort Babalogbon shares how churches can facilitate black economic progress and Stephen Brooks examines the role churches should play to bring about social and political change.
Music and media have a major impact on Christian culture and as a result we’ve profiled rising gospel star Victizzle and Akin Salimi, CEO of one of Britain’s youngest and most innovative religious TV stations, OH TV. We also talk to Alexander McLean, a remarkable young man, who is changing African prisoners’ lives through a charity he set up at the age of 18.
Our writers also look at the issue of young Christians and how we can help them live lives that reflect their faith, the role of the family and how to build strong ones, and the steps believers should take to develop spiritual muscle.
There’s also articles about bible schools, retiring to the Caribbean, and a report on how Haitians are faring four months on from the earthquake that hit the island on January 12, 2010 plus much more.
I hope you’ll be informed, encouraged and, motivated by what you read, and more importantly reminded that faith in God can and does impact all areas of our lives.
EDITOR – KEEP THE FAITH Magazine
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