Public Relations (non-for-profit)

“Public Relations is about reputation – the result of what you do, what you say and what others say about you.”

 

 

Welcome to my media and Public Relations initiative, which was birthed as Healing Relations TV in 2007 focusing on generating advertisements, Church awareness, and customer care.

I write and produce blogs so that people working in the field of media and members of the press – are able to track useful information that relates to current news items.  I hope that these papers are fulfilling & relevant within the boundaries of truth. I believe it is good for us all to understand how “real people” live.

The media and press are busy people who will naturally gravitate towards websites that make it easy for them to get the information they need. My intentions as Public Relations, is to focus on church awareness, social issues, leisure activities & advertisements. I enjoy relating to current affairs, relaxing,  and reflecting on the past. I  achieved my Journalist status with training and guidance from Planet Ivy Media and my presentation skills boost my position as Social Media manager.

Jennifer Valentine-Miller
Director & owner of Healing Relations PR & Healing Relations TV 
 (BA Hons Leadership & Management, ACIPR)

Is Britain a Christian Country? And what does that even mean?

By Heather Tomlinson
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A new poll has found that less than a third of visionaries believe that the UK is a ‘Christian country’. The latest data on whether the public considers the UK to be a ‘Christian nation’ doesn’t hold too many surprises. But I hope it can help us to think more deeply about what it really means to be a Christian.
The data, from a ComRes survey by the Faith Research Centre, showed that just 31% of young adults aged 18-24 considered Britain to be a Christian country, compared to 74% of those of pensionable age: 41% of the young adults thought Britain had no religious identity.
Whether or not you consider the UK to have a Christian identity depends somewhat on whether you consider the terms ‘Christian’ and ‘British’ to be a compliments or not. A militant atheist who considers the term Christian the same as ‘narrow-minded bigot’ is not likely to identify with it. So it’s not surprising to see that as atheism has become more popular in the younger generation, so has describing Britain as ‘Christian’.

(Full article via Premier Christianity Magazine)

The 1970s was a good era: Even though we lived it behind school walls

By Jennifer Valentine-Miller

My classmates will not be remembered for being celebrities or for surviving the 1970s. The class of 1978 made a name for themselves because they loved television, music, and sports as well as their school.  School-life was filled with fun and laughter. There was always a scandal around the corner.  I stand tall and commend the good times in my life. I will never forget how we overcame barriers, stigmas and years of pain and hard labour. We step forward in order to be celebrated and step out to celebrate all we have done.


1976 – present