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finding Christ in prison – Helen Sprott and Fred Hankinson

Why did militant women’s disillusionment with the Church bring deliberate provocation and rage, and why was the Church made such a target (although far from the only one)? The answer lies partly in personal experiences, especially those of suffragette prisoners, … Continue reading

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family features and economic leverage – Margaret Llewellyn Davies

The importance of family in nurturing our values and purpose is immense.  We can break away from our upbringing, and we need to where it is confining or destructive.  Yet history shows that family shapes us powerfully.  As we seek … Continue reading

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