June 4, 2015
- This week’s video is a little different – the clue is in the title!
June 3, 2015
- Among the many statistics that have emerged from the Good news for the poor? report, 62 per cent of participants said they think that caring responsibilities, personal disability or poor health is one of the top five causes of poverty in the UK. Only nine per cent of respondents think the Government understands the needs of people who are carers for their family members and that they offer adequate help. In addition, 66 per cent think welfare reforms are having a negative impact on people who...
- Blatter was voted back in and only his resignation stopped him from presiding over the lavish champagne jolly that FIFA has been revealed to be. How was this possible?
June 2, 2015
- You can help put good news stories in the media, stories about the Church at work transforming communities, by supporting our press office. You can help equip and resource Christians to be the good news people we know we are, by funding our resources.
- As an ex-offender himself, John Finlinson takes his music into prisons and can relate with inmates. Finnymusic, a band of mostly ex-offenders or ex-addicts, has a passion for sharing how Jesus has changed their lives. He lives in Woodbridge, Suffolk, is a self-employed landscape gardener and adores spending time outdoors and with his wife and four children.
May 30, 2015
- Latest report from the Evangelical Alliance on attitudes around money and poverty among evangelical Christians in the UK. Good news for the poor? found that over three quarters of evangelicals thought the last government's policies had hurt the poor.
- Our latest research contains fascinating details on how evangelicals and their churches are personally responding to the realities of poverty, both at home and abroad.
May 29, 2015
- The big news this week, for this football fan at any rate, was the dawn raid on a luxury Swiss hotel and the arrests of several Fifa executives. I’ve become grimly resigned over the last few years to the fact that the organisation running the sport I love is riddled with corruption and grotesque injustice.
- New research shows having no one to turn to with questions and doubts is the chief reason for leaving the Church today.
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.