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One Church’s mission, but many opportunities

One Church’s mission, but many opportunities

The Renewal and Reform programme needs a wide range of approaches to be successful, argues Andrew Lightbown

Stained by prurient motives

Stained by prurient motives

The C of E colludes with a sexualised culture in intruding on gay clergy, says Peter Selby

The gap in the smile of power

The gap in the smile of power

Trust in politicians is lower than ever, with good reason, says Barbara Ridpath

What is ‘natural’ is an area open to science  

What is ‘natural’ is an area open to science
 

Modern developments in the study of sexual orientation can’t be shut out of the moral debate, argues Chris Cook

Prayer changes everything

Prayer changes everything

The Pentecost initiative Thy Kingdom Come drew Christians together. More is planned for next year, says Justin Welby

Not such a blasphemous bishop

Not such a blasphemous bishop

Evangelicals should recall the prophetic example of David Jenkins, argues Philip Lockley

How Eastern Europeans see ‘godless Britain’

How Eastern Europeans see ‘godless Britain’

Polish and Russian Christians regard the UK as decadent and immoral. Jonathan Luxmoore explains the arguments

Church growth is mainly about attitude

Church growth is mainly about attitude

Many different approaches are winning new disciples: you don’t have to be Evangelical, argues Angus Ritchie

Doesn’t God want you to change for the better?

Doesn’t God want you to change for the better?

Personal development, a vital concern, incurs too much Christian suspicion, to the detriment of mission, says Mark Vernon

A Broadway guide to the narrow way

A Broadway guide to the narrow way

Christians could learn much from a revolutionary musical sensation, argues Rachel Mann

Embodying love and hope

Embodying love and hope

Health-care chaplains are called to represent values from a place of vulnerability and equality, argues Jeremy Pemberton

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One Church’s mission, but many opportunities

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Thu 29 Sep 16 @ 17:31
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