2021-05-07T15:37:00+01:00By Philippa Hanna
As Jesy Nelson does her first interview since splitting from Little Mix five months ago, Philippa Hanna, who toured with the band in 2016, reflects on the power of influence and the pressure of social media
2021-05-06T17:13:00+01:00By Robin Lane, CFI-UK
The Dean of St George’s College in Jerusalem has told Premier its a “tragedy and a scandal” that Israel has vaccinated its population while no provision has been made for the Palestinians. But Robin Lane says the Dean is mistaken
2021-05-06T16:49:00+01:00By Ryan Diaz
As lockdown eases, many churches are preparing to open their doors. But after more than a year of Zoom, many Christians wonder if regular Sunday worship is worth the effort
2021-05-05T15:31:00+01:00By Dr Jonathan Oloyede, National Day of Prayer
Almost ten years on from the National Day of Prayer and Worship at Wembley Stadium, Dr Jonathan Oloyede is planning an even larger gathering
2021-05-05T10:50:00+01:00By James Mildred
Matt Hancock has opened the door to changing the law on assisted suicide, says CARE’s James Mildred, as he urges Christians to oppose the move
2021-05-04T15:25:00+01:00By Krish Kandiah
As thousands of Hong Kong citizens move to the UK, Dr Krish Kandiah urges us to provide a warm welcome
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
2021-05-04T13:52:00+01:00By Chris Llewellyn
I used to sneer at ‘mindfulness’. As a Christian, I thought I was automatically an expert when it comes to the interior, ‘spiritual’ life and there was nothing I could learn about it from the secular world.
2021-05-04T13:50:00+01:00By NT Wright
God’s ‘impassibility’ means that God doesn’t experience emotions the way humans do. It comes from the Latin ‘passio’, which is about suffering. Suffering can be seen either in terms of ‘this is very painful’, or in a more technical way – the idea that something is being done to me. ...
2021-05-04T13:39:00+01:00By Samantha Kay
What if Jesus Was Serious? is a fun book with a serious message. It is clear, concise, snappy and challenging. The content is entirely based on Jesus’ teachings on the Sermon on the Mount, and a lively illustration accompanies each point.
2021-05-04T13:39:00+01:00By Derek Tidball
What is the role of the grandparent? Rob Parsons and Katharine Hill, long-respected for their work with Care for the Family, answer that question in this little, easy-to-read and altogether delightful book.
2021-05-04T12:56:00+01:00By George Luke
Under the leadership of director and principal songwriter Jennifer Griffith, the Sincere Praise Gospel Choir has been steadily building a following in the UK’s gospel scene (and a number of eastern European countries) since the release of their debut album, Hold Fast, in 2006. The choir is part of the ...
2021-05-04T11:00:00+01:00By Joseph D'Souza
As coronavirus cases in India pass 20 million and oxygen shortages push the healthcare system to the brink of collapse, Indian church leader Bishop Joseph D’Souza, issues an urgent plea to Christians around the world
2021-05-04T10:30:00+01:00By Rev Jules Middleton
Viewers didn’t get the supervillain they wanted. But Jed Mercurio was making an important theological point, argues Rev Jules Middleton