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Despite twice being a refugee from her home country, UEA Development graduate Erica Gateka found the boldness and strength to set up a charity helping young people in Rwanda.
When his wife Jill became a Christian, car salesman Vic Ready from Taverham was determined that the same would never happen to him – then 'he was hit with a holy sledgehammer'.
Norwich actor Dominic Rye decided at the age of eight that God did not exist - then ended up playing Jesus in a Passion Play.
SAS veteran and now Christian evangelist, Kevin Charles-Thompson, launched his book SAS Evangelist at The Forum in Norwich recently, which describes his time in the British Special Air Services and his journey from atheist to evangelist.
A month ago, Rev Canon Dr Andrew Braddock was revealed as the new Dean of Norwich Anglican Cathedral. Speaking exclusively to Network Norfolk, he said he wants an outward focused Cathedral community.
Rev Canon Dr Andrew Jonathan Braddock, Interim Dean of Gloucester, was revealed today as the new Dean of Norwich in a short ceremony inside Norwich Cathedral witnessed by staff and local media.
The Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Revd Graham Usher, has appointed the Revd Matthew Price, Vicar of St Mary Magdalene in Gorleston, to the additional role of Bishop’s Adviser for Urban and Estates Ministry.
Devout Thetford parishioner Olga Devonish has celebrated her 100th birthday by attending Mass and being presented with a Papal Blessing.
A young East Anglian family who plan to serve as missionaries in a remote country in East Asia are offering Norfolk churches help to arrange their own mission-themed event.
The community of St. Faith’s Church Gaywood is looking forward to welcoming the Revd Kyla Sørensen as the new Team Rector in September.
Occupational therapy student, Sara Kenny, from Hethersett, has launched a new podcast series to highlight the stories of inspirational Christians with a Norfolk connection.
13-year-old Angus Brighouse has recently completed an adult sprint distance triathlon to raise funds to help fight against modern slavery.
A former estate agency MD and now Chief Executive for Aylsham Care Trust since last October, Philip Macdonald believes that God has guided his career since hearing from him in a gospel meeting in his twenties.
Jill Gower from Light House Norwich has added a new booklet to her list of publications which focusses on blessing the Lord.
Christian artist Tracey Ross is inspired by her faith and the beautiful North Norfolk countryside, and despite personal set-backs has found success, including setting up a popular online art course.
Mark Little is on a 20-year quest to battle slavery in India, Nepal, Thailand and Norfolk, which led to him being awarded an MBE by the Queen earlier this year.
Housebound for 13 years with chronic fatigue syndrome, Norwich teenager Joy McCann dreamt of working in East Africa. Today, she is a young missionary in Kenya and has just taken on a new role there for the Vineyard church network.
Thinking outside the box comes naturally to Rhonwen Washford, Chaplain at care home Corton House, thanks to her extraordinary family background.
At 89 and 94 respectively, Ken Brown and Joyce Hulks knew that moving into a care home would mark a new phase in their lives – however they did not count on finding love.
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