Christian MP Tim Farron shares his view…
Rhys Stephenson spoke openly about his faith on Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend. But celebrity endorsements of Christianity are not without risk, says Philippa Hanna
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.
Their Christian faith motivated them to help make the world a better place
Rev Sarah Yetman is hoping a raft of changes, including a more informal name for the church, will help attract more young people
The Evangelical Alliance’s Peter Lynas says we’re in a period of significant change.
Today’s society is busier than ever. But not making time to rest well may be more to do with priorities than we realise, says Gemma Simmonds
This is why Black History Month matters to Christians
One of America’s most controversial evangelicals is to step back from hosting Christian Broadcast Network’s flagship show.
Describing God as male is not patriarchal, says Graham Nichols, it’s accurate
Christian Concern is being demonised, says Andrea Williams, and the attacks are coming from parts of the Church
It’s difficult to accept that we’re not in control of our own lives, says Tim Farron. But if our hope is in Jesus, we can find peace
Supporting an addict is hard, says Lauren Windle, but we should never stop believing that God can bring change
Having a Christian faith doesn’t stop us worrying about ageing, but it can help us prepare well
Protecting free speech in universities is crucial, says Cambridge lecturer Gemma Simmonds. But while Christians still have the right to preach the gospel, they’d do well to remember Jesus’ overriding law of love
Who should we blame? Brexit? The Media? Panic buyers? The sin of selfishness? Or something else?
This ruling should send shudders down the spine of anyone who cares for religious freedom, says Simon Calvert
There’s now a Christian consensus that possessing nuclear weapons contradicts Christ’s teaching, argues Russell Whiting
In 1971, over 50,000 Christians gathered in London. Dubbed the ‘anti-porn crusade’, the National Festival of Light was a ‘defining cultural moment’ for the British Church, inspiring a generation to proclaim the truth of the gospel in an increasingly liberal society. Fifty years later, it’s message is just as relevant
Ofcom say insults like ’snowflake’ and ‘gammon’ cause more offence than swearing. MP Tim Farron asks, what’s the Christian response?
The world is talking about porn, says Ian Henderson. So should churches…
Don’t drift from God at uni. Abigail Howe shares top tips from students on how to grow spiritually while making the most of uni life
It’s World Gratitude Day. Nate Morgan Locke explains how a two-minute comedy reminds Christians how thankfulness speaks to those around us
Where was Emmy award-winning I May Destroy You on the list of ’British’ TV shows, asks Paul Kerensa?
Dr Deborah Webster’s PhD research confirmed what Instagram’s owners have known for some time: using social media isn’t good for teenager’s mental health. But by developing healthy habits ourselves, adults can help the young people in their lives use technology well
Neymar is reportedly paid €500,000 a month to not talk about Jesus. What would be your price?
Many charismatic evangelical churches haven’t had a choir in years. But research suggests they aid our worship, and might even work alongside your existing worship band, says Calum Carswell
Whatever you think of the original war, the way we pulled out was wrong, says Tim Farron MP
The church in Milton Keynes hit the headlines last weekend when they organised a cricket match to welcome refugees fleeing the Taliban. Minister Steve Woods reflects on what God has been teaching him
The reality TV show reveals our deepest longings, says Robin Ham
The Church in Wales has voted to bless gay marriage. But what does the change really mean?
NYC tour guide Christina Ray Stanton survived 9/11. Here’s what she wants Christians everywhere to know about evil and suffering
A missionary and pastor explains how God guides us
Research suggests most of us are bad listeners. But as Christians, we need to follow Christ’s example, says Dr Christopher Krampe
Boris Johnson has raised national insurance in a pledge to end the “catastrophic” costs of social care. But Alexandra Davis takes issue with the word, and says every individual is of infinite worth to God
In the face of rising referrals, let Christian organisations do their job unhindered, says Christian Fostering CEO
What if “certainty” is dangerous?
Baptist, Methodist and independent evangelical churches have all come under scrutiny
As children go back to school today, we need churches that will commit to praying for our nation’s schools, says Pete Baker
As Beyonce turns 40 years old this weekend, Chine McDonald explains why the singer is so inspirational
This year’s Games brings with it an important challenge for the Church, says Carolyn Skinner
It is vital the UK government recognises the extreme vulnerability of Afghan Christians, says Dr Martin Parsons
In a new YouGov survey, 66 per cent of people said the government needs to do more to tackle problem gambling. But powerful companies and huge profit margins mean change is taking too long, says James Mildred, as he explains why Christians should care about protecting the most vulnerable
One-third of secondary schools do not provide RE for their 14-16-year-olds. The subject has been neglected for too long, and more investment is needed from the government, says RE teacher Ben Wood
Becky Murray has rescued several children from the Taliban through her Christian charity One By One. She fears that children in the region are being abandoned by Western authorities. ”We can’t and won’t do the same,” she says
The label might be contentious, but Chine McDonald believes Christians have nothing to fear from wokeism
Jim Memory explores the crucial issues and trends which are shaping the context for Christian mission in Europe today
As the Taliban tighten their grip on Afghanistan, Release International warns that their swift advance will embolden extremists and attacks on Christians will rise as a result
Christians are finding themselves in trouble with the law for using allegedly “threatening or abusive” language. Lois McLatchie believes the police are too quick to penalise the speech complained of, rather than consider what rights the accused has to speak freely in public
As remaining coronavirus rules end in England on 16 August, Chris Goswami looks back on some of the changes caused by the pandemic that we may wish to hold on to
A major new report from the UN predicts a future of famines, floods and droughts unless action is taken now to prevent climate change. But is it news, and what should Christians do?
Evangelist and former Muslim, Hatun Tash was stabbed last month at Speakers Corner. While praising her bravery, Peter Meadows is concerned that her example doesn’t become a model for regular Gospel communication