The Queen: Defender of the Faith
As the world welcomes a new King with the coronation of Charles III and his wife, Camilla, as king and queen of the United Kingdom, we are remembering Queen Elizabeth.
As Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, she lived through wars, terrorist attacks, pandemics, and family loss.
While Queen Elizabeth II’s life was focused on public service, she did that with great devotion to her faith in Jesus.
From the beginning of her reign, the Queen professed a deep belief in prayer, and the church played a pivotal role in her life and her death.
Defender of the Faith was one of the many titles she held as Monarch and the Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
And as the world says goodbye to the Queen of a generation, many wonder if her legacy of faith will continue.
Today on Context: Remembering the Queen: Defender of the Faith.
Also today — Don’t miss a sit-down interview with Context’s founder and former host, Lorna Dueck, on the importance of having a Christian voice speak into news and current events, as Context has done for the past 800 episodes.