Lord Taylor of Warwick’s
A letter of gratitude from Archbishop of Canterbury
On December 16, 2016, the Archbishop of Caterbury wrote Lord Taylor of Warwick the following letter of gratitude, thanking him for participating in the House of Lords debate on December 2, 2016.
Dear Lord Taylor of Warwick,
Thank You for your passionate speech on the unacceptable high youth unemployment amongst black young people. In London the unemployment rate for black males between the age of 16 to 24 years old is 30%.
Many have applied for an apprenticeship but struggle to get an employer to except their application. I am heartbroken to see so many young people that I know who have done exceptionally well to get good GCSE grades to be on the scrapheap.
Black youth unemployment is hidden under the carpet because they do not have a voice on the political stage.
Once again Lord Taylor, Thank You.
So very nice to meet you, Lord Taylor! I enjoyed your video very much. I look forward to opportunities to share with you my work with inmates here in the U.S. Gideon’s Army Jail & Prison Ministries shares your values. I’m glad to know you are following me, and I am happy to reciprocate!
Dear Sir, Thank God for your contributions toward individuals, community and the body of Christ, am encouraged to serve God more by your humility and services. May the Lord continue to bless you and your team.
A star shines brightest on a dark night, and you will shine for the world as the times darken ahead.
I am proud of you!
Praise the Lord! God bless you more and may your dreams always come true.
What an inspiration you are. I am so glad you never let your race stop you from doing what God had already planned out for you before the foundation of the world. I wondered if you know Bill Winston who has a ministry in the US. He also is a black man. He has a ministry out of Chicago, Illinois. He also trains leaders, has a business school and recently opened a bank. We pray blessings on your life and work for the Lord.
I was interested and pleased to read your article ‘God’s goal’ in the Church of England Newspaper. I have taken the liberty of using a couple of quotes from your article in an article of my own for our village newsletter in Oxfordshire.
Whilst reading an article on President Barack Obama’s first official trip to Europe, I learnt there was a black member of the House of Lords. We need greater information about House of Lords available in the US.
I am writing to you from West Lafayette, Indiana. U.S.A. I am a mother of two current students of West Lafayette Jr/Sr High School.
I read your article. I was awed to see that God has lifted you up like Joseph. It’s great to see that a miracle like yours happens even today. I hope you continue to do mighty things and train other Josephs for the coming generation.
I am living in a town called Katerini, near Thessaloniki and Berea. With much interest I read your interview with Dan Wooding of the ASSIST and I was moved by the way God is using you to bring glory to His Holy Name. With warm greetings and appreciation in the Lord.
My encouragement for you is to keep listening to the Spirit – as you are doing – especially as Head of the Film Censorship Board. Your critics will be many, but your Lord will never let you down. God Bless you abundantly.
I read your interview with Dan Wooding which is so inspiring. I am a black, Christian and a councillor in ***, Poland. I serve as a lecturer and a research fellow at the University.
This is just to express a personal thank you for your encouragement and contribution to Wednesday’s meeting. It was a privilege to meet you. May the Lord inspire us, each according to His special call, as we tackle the challenges of our day.
May I extend my thanks to Lord Taylor for taking on the role of talent show judge with great panache and judgement. His opening speech was inspiring and I know the young people involved got a lot from Lord Taylor who was taking the time to help them.
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