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‘SHOP ETHICALLY FOR CHRISTMAS’ CALL

As thoughts turn to Christmas shopping, the Head of Christian Aid Scotland has urged consumers to consider giving meaningful ethical festive gifts, which could have a double impact.

Sally Foster-Fulton, Head of Christian Aid Scotland said: “This Christmas, rather than giving unwanted, unneeded and probably unused gifts, we’re inviting people in Scotland to consider buying an ethical gift instead. Present Aid gifts keep giving long after the wrapping’s discarded and the tree comes down and you’ve finished off the week-old leftovers. The proceeds make a real difference to people around the world.”

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In this month's issue: - FROM HOLY LAND TO ADVENT CENTERPIECE The journey of a Christmas crib - THE ACCIDENTAL TRAIL BLAZER The Rev Rola Sleiman, the first Christian woman minister ordained in the Middle East - SIGNPOSTS OF FAITH The Rev John Chalmers on change in the Church