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The cost of sharing your faith at university

As Christians, we take the teachings of Jesus seriously. He tells us to be salt and light, to be witnesses of truth wherever we are. He tells us not to hide, but to go and make disciples for him through our lives.

We all know it can a difficult thing but what could it cost you?

In this week’s Voice for Values, ACL managing director Martyn Iles speaks with Joshua, a young student who was suspended from university simply for praying for a friend and answering questions about his faith.

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