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Asking One Question: trade fair outreach

The Good Book Company | June 6th 2017

Here’s a great example of how one church used a local public event to reach out to their community. Could you do something similar?... continue reading

 

Five things to pray after the Manchester attack

Rachel Jones | May 23rd 2017

Perhaps your heart broke as you switched on the news this morning. But if you’re a Christian, you’re not powerless to help—you can pray... continue reading

 

Frontline ministry: Life Explored in Leeds

Christianity Explored | April 25th 2017

Katherine, Publicity Secretary of Leeds University Union Christian Union reports on their mission week and shares how Life|Explored is allowing students to continue conversations about their big questions... continue reading

 

The Good Book Company launches pioneering new VR Bible study series

Tim Thornborough | April 1st 2017

Already well known worldwide for Bible teaching resources from trusted teachers, The Good Book Company has today launched the first of its new range of innovative Virtual Reality Access Library Bible Studies... continue reading

 

How does Jesus offer hope in the face of terror?

Christopher Ash | March 23rd 2017

Christopher Ash, author of Where was God when that happened?, answers this question in this short video... continue reading

 

Three ways to get involved with a very special book launch

Rachel Jones | February 21st 2017

Hope when it hurts is launching on the 4th April—but here are three ways you can get involved before then

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The Bishops’ Report: Homophobic, unloving and dangerous?

Sam Allberry | February 15th 2017

As General Synod prepares to debate the Bishops’ Report, those campaigning for the Church of England to embrace same-sex relationships have been underlining two commonly used arguments: that denying their legitimacy is homophobic and dangerous. Sam Allberry offers a response... continue reading

 

Christian women and erotica: the silent struggle you cannot see

Helen Thorne | February 10th 2017

“Is it possible that our pride in this area is preventing people who are struggling from coming to us for help?“ Helen Thorne on the release of Fifty Shades Darker... continue reading

 

Why Fifty Shades Darker should make us cry

Helen Thorne | February 9th 2017

There’s no doubt about it, the Fifty Shades phenomenon has made quite an impact on our society. How should Christians respond?... continue reading

 

Bigger, Better, Wider, Stronger — being part of Forever Family

Tim Thornborough | January 24th 2017

It’s a danger when you return home from the mountain-top experience of a Christian camp or conference. Things that seemed so clear and obvious suddenly get a little murkier... continue reading

 
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