November 26, 2014
- Evangelical Alliance Scotland has given a cautious welcome to the Nicola Sturgeon administration for new policies announced today in Holyrood. While welcoming many policies which are in sync with some of the 38 recommendations outlined in our referendum manifesto What Kind of Nation?, the Alliance has also called on the first minister to ensure reality matches her rhetoric in empowering communities across Scotland....
- In the aftermath of the independence referendum, the need for reconciliation is important in Scotland.
November 25, 2014
- Gather is a national network of vibrant missional unity movements in towns and cities across the UK
- The Supreme Court of Pakistan is to investigate the brutal murder of the Christian couple accused of blasphemy near Lahore this month.
November 24, 2014
- This Christmas there’s an opportunity not to be missed. You can bring your community together to sing carols and remember the 1914 Christmas Truce – the moment when peace broke out in the First World War.
November 21, 2014
- The general director of the Evangelical Alliance has welcomed the formal adoption of women bishops. The legislation was passed by a simple majority of the Church of England’s General Synod – the final stage of legislative process.
- An eyewitness who held the “completely burnt” bones of the Christian couple in Pakistan has called for peace. A Release International employee was handed a bag containing the bones of 26-year-old Shahzad Masih and his 24-year-old wife Shama Bibi, who were burnt alive on 4 November.
- A selection of Christmas facts and figures and some quotes from newspapers and survey reports.
- This week Band Aid 30 released Do They Know it’s Christmas? It’s the fourth incarnation of the song, including the original 30 years ago. Already this version has become the biggest-selling single of 2014 and raised millions of pounds to help tackle Ebola in Africa. But Mr Geldof and friends have faced a fair degree of criticism and critique this time round.
November 20, 2014
- As Northern Ireland struggles to articulate a new and collective post-conflict narrative for the good of everyone in society, the Evangelical Alliance believes that a breadth of indicators which include wellbeing could help to broaden the nation’s vision.