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Keyworth Baptist Church

Never waste a crisis.

And the pandemic has certainly created a crisis in the working world. These are tough times for people in work, and even tougher for the growing number of people out of work, or for anyone trying to find that increasingly endangered species – a first job.

The question is not only how to regenerate our economy, but what kind of working world would we want to go back to, or enter for the first time?

This article is one in a series (Connecting with Culture) from the the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity.

Artist Charlie Mackesy’s coffee table picture book The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse is an unconventional bestseller.

Through a series of moving ink sketches and accompanying words, Mackesy presents a curious boy, a wise horse, a withdrawn fox, and a cake-loving mole who discuss some of life’s biggest questions: What is it all about? What’s going on? Why do I feel like this? How can I carry on?

This article is one in a series (Connecting with Culture) from the the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity.

The National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast in Westminster Hall has become a fixture in Parliament’s timetable, but until now numbers have always been limited. However, because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year the event will be held online – and for the first time ever, everyone can attend

The Breakfast will be livestreamed on Tuesday, 30 June, from 8.30–9 am.

Visit Christians in Parliament for more information about the National Prayer Breakfast, or EventBrite to register for the Breakfast and sign up for Bible Society’s webinar (to attend the webinar, choose ‘Church leader’ when asked for your role).


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