Surprising victory at the FA Cup Final

Rachel Jones | May 29th 2015

The most surprising thing about tomorrow’s FA Cup Final will happen before the first touch of the ball.

It’s the sight of 90 000 football fans (and some of the 11 million watching at home) singing along to a Victorian hymn, Abide with me. It’s a familiar tradition—but a peculiar one. And maybe it has something to teach us.... continue reading


Friday Quiz

The Quiz Team | May 29th 2015

Animals, percentages, demons and Old Testament Minor Prophets all feature in our Friday Quiz. 

Click below to test your knowledge. Enjoy!... continue reading


The indispensability of the local church in evangelism

Rico Tice | May 28th 2015

One of the most forgotten, most crucial words of the Christian life is “together”. And it’s a word that’s frequently forgotten when it comes to evangelism—so often it’s seen as a sort of solo mission. But Christians are made to work together. As an individual Christian, you may be a foot or a finger or a follicle, but you are part of a body, the church, and it is as part of that body that you are most yourself, and most useful, as you contribute to and depend on the rest of your church.... continue reading


Engaging with Muslims: Author interview with John Klaassen

Phil Grout | May 27th 2015

Many Christians in the west are fearful of engaging in conversation with Muslims; believing that they will be hostile to Christian beliefs and conversations about the Bible.

Enjoy this interview with John Klaassen the author of Engaging with Muslims as he shares his experiences in this field of ministry, and his inspirations to develop this project.... continue reading


What to do if you hear noises in the attic

Tim Thornborough | May 26th 2015

It looks like the set of The Adams Family, and the similarity doesn't end there. Because this house in Gardener, Massachusetts, USA—which has been popping up all over social media in the last few weeks—is claimed to be one of America's most haunted house. It has featured on several ghost-hunter TV shows and has a history of deaths and alleged ghost sightings going back decades. Ownership has passed through several hands, as families have moved in, got spooked out, and left.... continue reading


Book of Kings Infographic

Andre Parker | May 25th 2015

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Should I attend a gay wedding?

Tim Thornborough | May 22nd 2015

As Ireland goes to the polls today to decide whether or not to allow same-sex marriage, this is a question that Bible-believing Christians there may well be facing before too long. It's a dilemma that Christians in England, Ireland and Wales—not to mention many states in the US—are already having to think through.... continue reading


Friday Quiz

The Quiz Team | May 22nd 2015

When the soldiers and officials arrived to arrest Jesus, which of these were they NOT carrying?

  • clubs
  • torches
  • papers
  • swords

Which book records Moses' death?

  • Judges
  • Genesis
  • Deuteronomy
  • Exodus

After Jesus and Paul, who is mentioned most often in the New Testament?

  • Pontius Pilate
  • John the Baptist
  • Peter
  • Moses

After God/Jesus, who is mentioned the most often in the Old Testament?

  • Moses
  • David
  • Jacob (Israel)
  • Jeremiah

For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him _______.

  • betrayed
  • crucified
  • alone
  • exalted

Which Gospel contains the parable of The Pearl of Great Value?

  • John
  • Mark
  • Luke
  • Matthew

How many chapters does 1 Peter have?

  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 4

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We must speak out—against what we believe. Welcome to tolerant Britain…

Carl Laferton | May 21st 2015

In tolerant 21st century Britain, your lack of support for something you believe is wrong will no longer be tolerated.

That’s one of the implications of the much-reported “gay cake case”, in which a Northern Ireland bakery run by Christians has been found guilty of discrimination for refusing to decorate a cake bearing a “Support Gay Marriage” slogan.... continue reading


A biblical theology of bacon: Should Christians be Vegetarians?

Tim Thornborough | May 19th 2015

Should Christians eat meat, or just vegetables? It's a more complex question than you might think at first glance, and one we give our attention to during National Vegetarian Week.

There has been growing concern about a whole variety of issues which should rightly affect the way Christians think about this question.... continue reading

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