The result of Nigel and Sally Rowe’s five-year legal battle on transgender ideology in schools is a win for all children, says Caroline Farrow
The image of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal crying together is one of the most visceral images in sport you will ever see, says Jonny Reid. It shows us how God can use competition to mould us in his image
A mature faith neither glosses over the glaring problems in our movement, nor abandons it in its time of need, says Rend Collective’s Chris Llewellyn
The Prince and Princess of Wales are making their first visit to the nation since they were given the titles
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The biblical story of The Rich Man and Lazarus should act as a stark warning for Christians who support the Chancellor’s ‘mini-budget’, says Cat Jenkins
In times of great uncertainty and distress, even Christians can become anxious and disillusioned. Here’s how you can think on the right things
Short stories offer an emotional punch and a quick sense of achievement, says Andy Kind. Here’s his top five picks that also point to God
From denying the trinity to affirming sex between cohabiting couples, a recent survey of 1,000 US pastors makes for concerning reading, says Graham Nicholls. Could the same be true of the UK Church?
When the funeral finishes, the toughest part of the bereavement journey is often only just starting. Here’s how churches can support those struggling with grief
Want to change a nation? Start with the children and young people, says Pete Baker. He makes an impassioned plea for Christians to prioritise prayer for their local schools
Within two days, the UK had a new prime minister and a new king. As an era ends, George Pitcher is praying for winds of change to bring God’s reviving fire
When symbolic and governmental power is contained in one person, it is ripe for abuse, says Chris Bright. Here’s what our scandal-hit megachurches could learn from the monarchy
Paul told the early Church he would use “all possible means” to reach people for Jesus. But would that include graffiti? Fiona Burt explores
It was billed by some as the biggest evangelistic opportunity of a generation and, if it isn’t already the most-viewed sermon of all time, it’s likely to become so. But what lessons can we learn from Justin Welby’s preach?
In a room full of the great and the good - those commonly viewed as the most important people on the planet - the Archbishop of Canterbury made a pointed statement that celebrated our equity of access to God’s grace, and challenged the watching millions to put their faith in Jesus Christ
Initial reactions from Christian leaders online suggest the Most Rev Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, struck just the right chord with his short but sweet tribute to a Queen who served God and strove to point others to him. Here’s his sermon in full
The most-watched funeral in the world will take place on Monday. Phil Knox says he’s praying the Archbishop of Canterbury’s message will be Jesus-centred
The Baptist minister recalls several meetings with the late Monarch
The function of the funeral is as vital to state as it is to the individual, says George Pitcher. Here’s how it helps us in our grief
It’s not strange to want to see a coffin; interacting with death physically is important, explains Lord Leslie Griffiths
The founder of Care for the Family recalls his meetings with the late monarch
Christian songwriter Andy Flannagan explains how, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, he pulled together a team to produce a new hymn of remembrance, assurance, and thanksgiving
The Queen’s death comes during turbulent times and hard on the heels of the Covid-19 pandemic. But the Church can help society heal, says Rev Canon Yvonne Richmond-Tulloch
Over the years there has been much speculation about the personal faith of the future king…
The death of Chris Kaba has been overshadowed by the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, but black lives matter – all the time, says Megan Cornwell
The vast majority of Brits are uncomfortable with talking about death. Chine McDonald wonders if the pandemic coupled with the death of our Monarch might change that
Revd Dr Christopher Landau reflects on the significance of the Queen’s royal anointing, and the value it holds in the life of Christians today
The Queen was never shy about sharing her faith, says former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, and this is why her wise counsel was so vital for Britain’s political leaders
Naomi Long MLA recalls the late Queen’s visit to the Game of Thrones set in Belfast, and reflects on the Monarch’s legacy in Northern Ireland
As His Majesty Charles III was proclaimed King, MPs across the parties pledged their allegiance. Several, including the Leader of the Opposition, chose not to swear on the Bible, making a secular ‘solemn affirmation’ instead, but John Stevens says this isn’t necessarily as bad as it sounds
Historian Martyn Whittock explains why the new King swore an oath to "maintain and preserve the Settlement of the true Protestant Religion as established by the Laws made in Scotland”
In reflecting on the life of Queen Elizabeth II, the Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell said it was Her Majesty's Christian faith which sustained her long reign. Here's his Sunday sermon in full
It’s funny how rainbows – a sign of God’s goodness – seem to appear when we need them most, says Megan Cornwell
We spoke to The Most Rev Michael Curry following the news of Her Majesty’s death. He talked about the Queen’s quiet, steady faith, our need to pray for our new king and how we can all look to Jesus to help us live a life of faithfulness too
The former Bishop of Durham recalls being invited to spend a weekend with Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh in Sandringham
A double rainbow appeared over Buckingham Palace shortly before the announcement that Queen Elizabeth II had died. Pete Greig wonders if this sign in the sky was more than sheer co-incidence
Jeff Lucas shares a story from his childhood, when he attempted to interrupt the Queen’s official birthday celebrations
Lord Leslie Griffiths says preachers were inspired by the “effortless” way the Queen spoke the name of Jesus
Queen Elizabeth II was always open about her strong Christian faith. As the world mourns the loss of the UK's longest reigning Monarch, Mark Greene presents ten significant quotes from Her Majesty's famous speeches
George Pitcher makes an impassioned plea for all Christians to own the sins of our collective past
No school, least of all a Christian one, ought to be confirming children down the path of gender transition, says Caroline Farrow
A new report into family life shows one in four families are now headed by single-parents.
Christians need to understand that sloganeering such as “reaching unreached people groups” is deeply problematic, says Bishop Joseph D’Souza
Liz Truss has been confirmed as our new Prime Minister. Natalie Williams is looking for her to carry a ‘holy fire’ in her gut; a combination of compassion and outrage that compels change for those who need it most
Liz Truss has won the Tory leadership contest. Our new PM must strive to be a model of moral integrity and good character, says John Libby
When Rick Warren addressed Saddleback Church for the final time, there was an enormous sense of completion says Larry Ross.
The pastor of The Village church, Texas, has confessed to an inappropriate online relationship with a woman, and taken an indefinite leave of absence. But the framing of their relationship suggests men cannot have healthy relationships with women, and that is not a good gospel witness, says Aimee Byrd
Today marks a quarter of a century since Saint Teresa of Kolkata died. As the world continues to celebrate her life and legacy, we present ten inspirational and challenging quotes from Mother Teresa
Is there an emerging totalitarianism of State control over the Church? Should we fear "medical coersion"? Has the media been guilty of fear-mongering during the pandemic? "Yes", say hundreds of church leaders...
Historian Martyn Whittock reflects on how Mikhail Gorbachev’s desire to reform the Eastern Bloc brought freedom of expression and religion to many
Prominent atheist Richard Dawkins was platformed along with a distinctly un-Christian comedy and music line-up
Reported to cost more than £350 million, Amazon’s new series Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is the most expensive TV series ever created. Giles Gough takes a look at how J.R.R Tolkien’s Catholic faith shaped one of the best-selling books of all time
It is ironic that feminism is contributing to the decline of Christianity when the movement can greatly enrich our understanding of Jesus’ divinity and deepen our relationship with God, argues theologian Dr Niamh M. Middleton
How are you preparing for the coming recession?