Author: Andrew Carey

Foreign Office Minister Tobias Ellwood tends to wounded police officer.
West Europe

Terror attack in the heart of UK democracy

UPDATES: Four dead, including suspected attacker; Islamic State supporters claim London attack is revenge for British military involvement in Syria The Church of England led prayers for peace after a ‘terror attack’ at St James’ Palace the home of the British democratic tradition. Two have died, including a police officer, in the […]

Susan Kimberly Jones

Gunned Down: Wedgewood Baptist Church 1999

“This is an opportunity to tell the world about Kim’s love of the Lord.”  These remarkable words were spoken at the funeral of 23-year-old Susan Kimberly Jones by her grieving mother. The graduate from Texas Christian University was one of seven people killed by a gunman who burst into Wedgewood […]


Manihera and Kereopa 1846 Reaching Rivals Manihera and Kereopa were part of a Maori tribe who, having received the Gospel from missionaries themselves, felt called to take the Good News to rival tribesmen. Westerners had taken the message of Christianity to the Maoris of New Zealand in the early decades […]

Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali
East Africa

Death of Archbishop Ntagali’s son

The Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagli and his family suffered a tragic blow on Friday 9 December when his adult son, Peter died after a short illness. The funeral service for Peter Ahimbisibwe Ntagali was held on Saturday 10 December and a later burial was at their family home in […]