• Chaos in the Commons - a Christian response

  • The Church of England must repent. It’s the only way to stop the decline

  • The Christian faith of Alexei Navalny

  • We’re all capable of evil. That’s the message of Auschwitz drama ‘Zone of Interest’

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Chaos in the Commons - a Christian response

2024-02-22T20:33:00+00:00By , Director of Communications, CARE2 comments

This week’s Westminster meltdown was a seriously bad look for Britain, and damaging for our democracy, says James Mildred. Vital issues are at stake, and we need our leaders to model convicted civility. 


Building a diverse church is hard. Here’s how to make it easier

2024-02-22T16:03:00+00:00By , Gather movement

150 Christian leaders gathered at Gateway Church in Leeds last month for a one day conference to explore how to better build intercultural churches. Rev Osoba Otaigbe, who instigated the event, shares some of the group’s findings


The Church of England must repent. It’s the only way to stop the decline

2024-02-22T15:14:00+00:00By , Head of public policy, Christian Concern5 comments

As the church’s governing body prepares for another round of debates over same-sex relationships and the decision to host raves in cathedrals causes consternation, Tim Dieppe suggests that radical repentance is the only way to stop the rot


Alan Wilson (1955-2024): A courageous and prophetic pastor

2024-02-21T09:10:00+00:00By , Former Bishop of Oxford

The Bishop of Buckingham and former Premier trustee, Rt Rev Dr Alan Wilson, has passed away at the age of 68. He was well known for his advocacy on behalf of church abuse survivors and for encouraging the Church to embrace the opportunities provided by digital media. The former Bishop of Oxford Rt Rev John Pritchard pays tribute to him


The Christian faith of Alexei Navalny

2024-02-20T12:50:00+00:00By 1 comments

Alexei Navalny fearlessly fought against corruption in Russia and was poisoned, imprisoned and now, allegedly murdered by the state. Dr Krish Kandiah asks what we can learn from the life, death and faith of the activist was also an atheist-turned-Christian


The death of Christianity in the West has been greatly exaggerated


The tide is turning on belief in God. There’s a growing interest in the Christian message, says Stephen McAlpine


A luxury Lenten retreat for £950? Come on, Canterbury Cathedral. You can’t be serious…

2024-02-15T12:55:00+00:00By 1 comments

Fergus Butler-Gallie suggest some other ecclesiastical-themed breaks that could also come with a hefty price tag


Jesus said do not be afraid of rumours of wars. Here's how you should live instead


Amid growing conflict in the Middle East and continued aggression in Ukraine, rumours of a third world war and conscription abound. How should Christians respond in a time of deepening international crisis?


Jennie Allen: 'If the internet cancels me, I'll be fine'


The author, podcaster and leader of IF:Gathering on platform, preaching to men and why she’s as happy teaching the Bible in her living room as she is to thousands


Miriam Cates MP: ‘The Conservative Party Conference is a bit like New Wine, but with more wine’


Political newcomer and social conservative Miriam Cates MP on faith, family life and her rapid entry to the House of Commons

Zone of Interest

We’re all capable of evil. That’s the message of Auschwitz drama ‘Zone of Interest’

2024-02-21T09:39:00+00:00By , Director of racial justice, Church of England2 comments

The horror of evil is not that it is rare, but that it is so common and banal, says Guy Hewitt

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Practicing the Way: A life changing guide to being a disciple of Jesus

2024-02-16T09:53:00+00:00By 1 comments

When Covid-19 gripped the globe, John Mark Comer’s The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry became a worldwide bestseller. Four years later, his next book offers a transformational approach to walking with Jesus, says Chris Goswami 


“Poverty has been cut from our family tree”

By Compassion UK

Noirine Khaitsa is the Senior Manager of Sponsorship Product Support at Compassion International. She was herself born into poverty and here shares her first-hand testimony of how one local church and one sponsor equipped her to become a university graduate bringing change to children in poverty on a global scale.

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The Power of God’s Word

By Ede Ebohon

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Light up Lives: Stories of faith from Zimbabwe, Southern Africa

By Sarah Bennington, Communications Manager at CBM UK

Nothing had prepared me for seeing CBM’s sight-saving work with my own eyes.


From brutal legionario to lover of Christ

When Mark Gee went AWOL from the Spanish Foreign Legion, he was sent to their notorious penal work section as a punishment. There, a dramatic encounter with an effigy of Jesus turned his life around 


‘Gladiators brought me fame and fortune, but the gospel set me free’

Warren Furman went from being homeless to overnight fame, starring as Ace in the hit 90’s TV series Gladiators. As the reality TV show returns to our screens, soon-to-be Rev Furman, who was once engaged to Katie Price, tells the story of how he found God and turned from bodybuilding to building the body of Christ


'Two of my friends just died, and I’m devastated. But I know God understands'

Prayer is central in all that we do but at times of agony it matters more than ever, says Michael Coren

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‘Russian rockets could kill us. So we’re translating the Bible in bomb shelters’

As the war continues in Ukraine, life is indescribably hard for the millions still living there. But bringing the word of God to people in their heart language is more vital than ever, says Steven K*, however dangerous

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Charlie Mackesy’s ‘Jesus at the Door’ illustration is changing lives


Scott McNamara explains how his ‘Jesus at the Door’ evangelistic card, birthed on the streets of Northern Ireland and illustrated by Oscar award winning artist Charlie Mackesy is reaching thousands with the gospel

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‘No one believed a baby found in a ditch could survive’

When baby Miracle was found discarded in a drain in Uganda, local resident Gladys feared the worst. But thanks to the support of neighbours and a local Compassion-run project, a new family is learning to thrive 


The fashionista: ‘The fashion industry is my ministry field’

The Church is made up of Christians from a myriad of different professions, and yet their ordinary tales of God at work rarely get told. In this series, we bring you stories of faith on the frontline 

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‘Losing my wife led me to people with leprosy’

When Jonny’s wife Rachel died suddenly, aged just 39, the grace of God and the support of his local church community carried him and their three young boys through the darkest days of their life. Now he’s working to ensure that those with leprosy get the same support