May 28, 2015
- The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has welcomed a new training resource designed to help local churches “play a vital role” in signposting people to free and professional debt advice services.
- Alliance member New Wine has appointed two new heads of ministry to take on the roles of Discipleship Year and New Wine Worship.
May 27, 2015
- The Evangelical Alliance's public policy officer explains the plans outlined in the Queen's Speech, which was delivered this morning.
- The National Day of Prayer and Evangelical Alliance member Samaritan’s Purse are asking Christians to attend a special day of prayer at Solihull Renewal Centre for the Middle East.
May 26, 2015
- A comprehensive report by the Cinnamon Network claims to demonstrate the large scale social action impact and economic value faith-based groups are having in their communities.
May 22, 2015
- An Interview with Gordon Darragh, Associate Pastor of Windsor Baptist Church, Belfast, a church looking for something that Asians could relate to.
- I confess that I’ve always been a bit dubious about honouring saints. And not just on the kind of theological grounds that made such an impact at the Reformation.....But, despite all that, on May 23, I will be marking the day that Oscar Romero is honoured. I shall be cheering because here was someone who was not a great heroic self, but was someone who really did come to represent his people, and whose memory and inspiration still live in El Salvador....
May 21, 2015
- For the first time in Welsh history, we are able to come up with an accurate figure of the number of hustings held around Wales in the run-up to the general election and, of those, the amount that were organised by churches. Here are some of the facts and figures...
- The Stage 1 vote on the Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill has now been confirmed to take place next Wednesday, 27 May. The Alliance is calling on all supporters to pray ahead of this vote and for those living in Scotland to contact your MSPs ahead of Wednesday.
- After living and breathing the referendum all of last year, once again Scotland managed to produce a political night to leave even the most seasoned Westminster commentators stunned by what they had seen.