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Lessons from history can teach us how to live

Lessons from history can teach us how to live

The long shadow of the past can not only illuminate the present but also point to a more hopeful future, writes David Monteith

Why Passover really is different

Why Passover really is different

Christians can learn unexpected lessons from Pesach, argue Aaron and Carolyn Rosen

Too rich a diet of celebrities

Sally Hitchiner:  Clarkson the person has blurred with Clarkson the brand. Love him or hate him, measured in cold, hard cash his value is now extremely high

Wanted: a Ministry of Good Works

Charity should not begin at home, but with government, suggests Harriet Baber

Internet certificate or heir to the apostles?

Internet certificate or heir to the apostles?

In a forthcoming book, Paul Avis explores the many faces of episcopacy, and the claim to Apostolic Succession

Where liberal tolerance meets fundamentalism

Where liberal tolerance meets fundamentalism

Offering hospitality in our churches for worship by other faiths challenges our understanding of God's love, writes David Bryant

Mary: most highly favoured lady

Mary: most highly favoured lady

The mother of both God and man should unite rather than divide us, argues Lincoln Harvey

Not (just) what it says on the tin

It's too easy to be seduced into over-simplification and stereotype, says Jennie Hogan

Marginal work offering more than fringe benefit

Marginal work offering more than fringe benefit

For too long the Cinderella of ministry, it's time for chaplaincy to take centre stage, argues Ben Ryan, author of a new report

Inside out: a view from the edge

Inside out: a view from the edge

The work of a chaplain may be as influential as it is unseen, suggests Mark Dimond

Answering the call as well as the cry

Motherhood and priesthood can nurture each other, says Rosemary Lain-Priestley

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Sat 28 Mar 15 @ 17:15
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World Council of Churches (@Oikoumene) consults on humanitarian aid for Ukraine http://t.co/PAhK8GWynu http://t.co/BeHcOzsyDd