2021-11-26T15:40:00+00:00By Emma Fowle
Louise Blyth was just 33 when her husband, George, died of bowel cancer. For many people, experiencing such a tragedy would cause them to question the existence of a good and loving God. But for Louise and George, it was the beginning of a miraculous journey to faith
2021-11-26T09:38:00+00:00By Chine McDonald
When I walked into Liverpool Cathedral a few weeks ago, I audibly gasped. Stepping inside the magnificent building, I was taken aback by its awesomeness. Built between 1904 and 1978, it is the largest cathedral in Britain and the eighth largest church in the world.
2021-11-15T17:22:00+00:00By Carrie Lloyd, Writer, life coach and pastor
Heard about the Bethel Church ‘signs and wonders’ rumours? Carrie Lloyd sets the record straight
2021-11-12T16:33:00+00:00By Ed Atkinson, Agnostic
Does God heal today? We asked a former Christian to watch a new film which examines the evidence. Here's what he made of it
2021-11-08T08:00:00+00:00By Caroline Pattenden
Ahead of Remembrance Sunday, Caroline Pattenden considers the significance of the God-given directive to remember Jesus during Communion
2021-11-07T10:32:00+00:00By Ben Cohen
340 million Christians experience systematic discrimination, unfair treatment and persecution for following Jesus. Here’s how you can pray for them today
2021-10-27T13:19:00+01:00By Howard and Holly Satterthwaite
Confessing our sins doesn’t sound like a barrel of laughs. But if we don’t give it the attention it deserves, we miss the joy that God wants for us, says Howard and Holly Satterthwaite
A record number of Muslims are converting to Christianity across the Middle East. Jamila tells her story of meeting Jesus while paralysed in a Syrian hospital
2021-10-13T16:08:00+01:00By Richard Gamble, Founder, Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer
Despite our nation’s rich Christian heritage, the power of prayer is being neutered in the UK, says Richard Gamble. And the problem isn’t limited to secular culture - even the Church is on mute, he says.
2021-10-11T15:36:00+01:00By Chloe Swart, New Wine Cymru
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2021-09-27T13:18:00+01:00By Matthew Arnold
Most Christians have been taught that ghosts aren’t real. But is this what scripture teaches?
2021-09-09T11:52:00+01:00By Malcolm Dunjey
A missionary and pastor explains how God guides us
2021-09-06T09:52:00+01:00By Pete Baker, Pais Movement
As children go back to school today, we need churches that will commit to praying for our nation’s schools, says Pete Baker
2021-08-24T16:11:00+01:00By Robin Crow, medical journalist
As evidence suggests that belief in God can have positive effects on your health, some are arguing for doctors to take a more active role in discussing faith with their patients
2021-08-24T15:02:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
I stood outside the shop, nervous about stepping over the threshold. I’d never been in an establishment like this before. Pushing open the door, a troubling ‘ding’ announced my arrival, but my anxiety was quickly calmed by the reassuring smile from the lady behind the counter. “How can I help ...
2021-08-02T14:27:00+01:00By Abigail Howe
The social media giant is rolling out an ‘I prayed’ button. While some Christians have welcomed the news, Abigail Howe is worried the feature gives users a misleading impression of what prayer is all about
2021-07-29T14:55:00+01:00By Claire Musters
The past 18 months have been characterised by waiting for restrictions to end. Hopes were dashed when lockdowns were extended or reintroduced, often at short notice. Waiting has been painful for many, but Claire Musters believes there are lessons God wants to teach us in this time
2021-07-01T09:04:00+01:00By Dr Pete Phillips, Premier's Head of Digital Theology
The Methodist Church has overwhelmingly voted to overturn its ban on online communion. Dr Pete Phillips, who believes online church is just as ‘real’ as meeting in buildings, and has pioneered the term ‘hybrid church’, welcomes the news
2021-06-15T09:20:00+01:00By Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW)
There are thousands of people worldwide who have been ‘disappeared’ for their beliefs – or because of the action their faith inspires them to take.
2021-05-25T10:52:00+01:00By Richard Gamble
Seventeen years ago, God gave Richard Gamble an audacious vision: to build a national landmark that celebrated a million answered prayers. Turning that vision into reality has been a long, and often arduous, journey, and it isn’t over yet
2021-05-04T14:09:00+01:00By Dave Roberts
Respected leaders in the American Church were convinced God had told them Donald Trump would be re-elected president. Dave Roberts analyses why so many got it wrong, and seeks trusted voices to help us understand the role of the prophetic today
2021-04-16T15:30:00+01:00By Aniek Woodward
24-year-old business owner Josh Parker wanted to help the national effort to stop the virus, but he didn’t know how. So he asked God. Within weeks, an unexpected phone call led to him partnering with the NHS to deliver 2 million PPE gowns
2021-03-25T12:34:00+00:00By David Instone-Brewer
One evening, my wife was reading out the recycling rules and said: “Why not do it right now?” Feeling somewhat aggrieved, I asserted (rather too loudly) that I had already been doing it right, but she cut me off. “No,” she said. “Why not do it right now – the ...
2020-06-02T00:00:00+01:00By Megan Cornwell
From facing infertility to dealing with a breakdown, five Christians share the hope they have in Jesus
Bestselling author Paul Hattaway gives us a rare glimpse inside China’s underground Church
From money turning up in bank accounts out of the blue to the family of God responding to each other’s financial needs, here are five incredible testimonies.
2019-02-21T00:00:00+00:00By Lisa Mainwaring
After experiencing a period of intense emotional stress, Lisa Mainwaring booked herself into a fasting retreat in Germany. What happened next dramatically changed her outlook on grief and her relationship with God
Thousands of pilgrims will soon gather in Jerusalem to witness the Orthodox Church's biggest miracle. But is it real?
Wes Sutton, director of Acorn Christian Healing Foundation, offers guidance on how to respond when God doesn’t heal our loved ones
2017-04-21T00:00:00+01:00By Most Rev Justin Welby
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby introduces a new prayer movement
2017-03-23T00:00:00+00:00By RT Kendall
We must get ready for the second coming, says RT Kendall
2014-12-16T00:00:00+00:00By Greg Downes
Charismatics from around the world have been flocking to Bethel Church in Redding, California, to experience its ongoing focus on worship, miracles and revival. Greg Downes speaks to Bethel’s leader Bill Johnson about faith and doubt, hunting and healing – and his hope for revival.