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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.
Professor of Faith and Global Politics Lee Marsden will be leaving the University of East Anglia after 17 years to become Head of Supporter Relations at Hope into Action.
Andy Jones, Director of the Christian charity Raise Kids Work, will be attempting his first Ultra Marathon of 35 miles at the start of July.
Community Chaplaincy Norfolk (CCN) clocked up a major success when it paired its multi-talented mentor Thomas with Adie, a highly motivated prison leaver.
Norwich Emergency Department Staff Nurse Estrella Catalan has been given a posthumous CNO Gold Award by the Chief Nursing Officer for England Ruth May.
Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of The Very Reverend Dr Jane Hedges as a Residentiary Canon at Canterbury Cathedral.
Maureen Martin has lifted the WFA cup at Carrow Road, established the first women’s team in Norwich and travelled the world playing for England.
Sue Cornish, 82, a member of the All Saints, Poringland congregation completed a skydive on April 9 and raised over £1500 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Four Norfolk Christians were yesterday presented with Maundy Money by Prince Charles, on behalf of HM The Queen, to recognise their invaluable Christian community service.
Norfolk Community Foundation ex-chairman, Henry Cator (OBE), is inspired by his Christian faith and says that giving unconditionally is at the heart of the Foundation’s work.
Norwich couple Hannah and Zac Wells will be moving to Nicaragua with their three small children later this year, fulfilling a dream they have each had for the last 20 years.
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