April 2, 2014
- EXPOSED, a global call against corruption, is ramping up the campaign for signatures and support in the lead up to November’s key G20 meeting in Brisbane. For the first time ever, a global faith community will make its voice heard at the highest level of government on the issue of corruption.
- Fred Drummond, the Alliance's prayer director, continues his reflection on the Psalms...
- The Evangelical Alliance, which represents two million evangelical Christians across 79 denominations, is calling on David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Milliband to do what it takes to ensure their parties put the issue of hunger in the UK firmly on the political agenda.
- Noah, starring Russell Crowe is inspired by the epic story of courage, sacrifice and hope. Also starring Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins and written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, Noah opens in UK cinemas this Friday, 4 April.
- A new evangelism task group has formed within the Church of England. After the March General Synod approved the motion by the Archbishop of York to "re-evangelise" England.
- Food, films and community action are on the agenda this Easter as churches, college students and local residents team up to treat Kendal to a make-over.
March 28, 2014
- Even now, no one is entirely sure where the earthly remains of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and its human cargo are to be found. Today there are reports that the search zone has moved due to a new theory from investigators about the aircraft’s speed and fuel consumption. We feel we cannot rest until we know what became of those 227 passengers and 12 crew.
- Communities all over the country will be commemorating the start of the First World War one hundred years ago. 2014 will see villages, towns and cities remembering the fallen and sacrifice of countless servicemen. Mission movement HOPE is supporting local churches by equipping and encouraging them to give practical and prayerful support to their communities.
March 27, 2014
- Church Army has launched its Xplore ‘year in’ for young adults aged 18 to 25. A low cost alternative to the traditional gap year, the Xplore ‘year in’ seeks to shape itself around participants’ circumstances by allowing them to remain at home while receiving online training and support.
March 25, 2014
- The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Pope Francis gave their backing to a ground-breaking ecumenical initiative to combat modern slavery and human trafficking; a united agreement between Anglicans and Catholics.