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The modern day Noah and his new national landmark of hope

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Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham

Can you imagine the construction of a national landmark based on the Christian faith right here in the UK – in this day and age? Well, by 2020 you won’t have to imagine it, because The Wall of Answered Prayer will hopefully be standing as a national Landmark of Hope – built on the outskirts of Birmingham – made of a million bricks, with each one representing an answered prayer.   
RICHARD GAMBLE first had the idea 15 years ago – he’s been working on The Wall for the last 5 years and the project is now in the planning stages preparing for construction to commence next year. He joined John Pantry on Inspirational Breakfast this morning to talk about what it took to get his idea up into fruition!

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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