Keep The Faith is Britain's leading Black community-focused publication promoting faith and family values, it provides the community with a voice, highlights the need for unity, creates a better understanding in an ever-changing environment and has been reaching the heart of the Black community since 2004. Every issue is packed with local and regional news, features, interviews, profiles of community figures and role models, Gospel music and events, business and IT news, politics, human interest, health & lifestyle plus much more! Our editorial policy is informative, educational, aspirational and inspirational.
Our contributors are some of the most powerful and influential movers and shakers and successful entrepreneurs within the BME community and include Rev David Shosanya (Director, London Baptist Association), Bishop Dr Joe Aldred (Churches Together in England), Rev Wale Hudson-Roberts (Racial Justice Co-ordinator, Baptist Union), Dionne Gravesande (Head of Church Advocacy, Christian Aid), Arthur Torrington OBE (Historian) and Dr Robert Beckford (Theologian) to name a few.
David Cameron PM contributed an article in the August 2012 issue. For over 50 years Britain's Black churches have provided hope, support, direction, inspirational gospel music, moral guidance and increasingly also run a wide range of community projects which are designed to help the vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the Black community.
Britain's Black Pentecostal churches are among the largest in the country, many having a regular attendance of 3,000+. Due to their longevity and the social and spiritual impact they have on their members, Black churches are viewed as the most stable, prosperous and influential institution within Britain's African and Caribbean communities.
Keep The Faith is the only publication of its kind in the UK and a must read for every Christian, it keeps you abreast from the best perspective and is a great resource for ministry.