August 22, 2014
- Joint statement between the London School of Theology and the Evangelical Alliance.
August 21, 2014
- The Alliance's latest research explores whether evangelicals are good neighbours and suggests ways churches can encourage people to break the ice in their own neighbourhood.
- Are we good neighbours?, the latest research report in our 21st Century Evangelicals series, explores exactly that question – are evangelicals and their churches really loving their neighbours? A stunning 82 per cent of survey participants say their church partners with other churches to run projects or activities, such as money advice services and community centres.
August 19, 2014
- In a speech yesterday, prime minister David Cameron set out new measures to help families and a new commitment to put family life at the heart of policy. It is proposed that there will be a new focus on helping new parents, supporting couples to stay together and addressing underlying causes of family breakdown. Cameron spoke of helping families as being the best way to improve the life chances and opportunities of children in Britain....
August 18, 2014
- The Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched a call for evidence to find out more about the experience of Christians and people of other faiths in the workplace and other areas of their lives.
August 15, 2014
- A response to Christian worship leader Vicky Beeching revealing her sexuality.
- In the wake of Robin Williams’ suicide, there is a palpable confusion in the press and the need to understand what drove the beloved, comic genius to the point where he couldn’t stand living anymore.
- The Alliance's latest survey (live until 15 September) is asking how evangelical Christians are involved in the political process. Here our public policy officer reminds us that we all have a valuable part to play in politics. And it starts with voting.