July 16, 2015
- A letter from the Greek church addressing the current troubles in their country.
- Scotland- building communities and stewarding the land
- As political unrest continues in Sudan, persecution of Christians is on the rise
- How can the church engage with peacemaking and biblical reconciliation initiatives as part of usual church life?
July 15, 2015
- To tie in with our request for testimonies, Alan Hawes shares his story on dealing with depression.
- Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Jewish and Hindu leaders will send a strong message to perpetrators of domestic abuse within their own faiths when they gather at the House of Lords this evening to endorse a declaration that domestic abuse “can never be justified by the teachings of our faith”.
July 14, 2015
- Warriors, a documentary following the progress of a cricket team of Maasai warriors who use the sport to raise awareness about social injustice in their home community, premiered last night.
July 10, 2015
- The Church of England has appointed the first 'church planting' bishop to fulfill plans of establishing 100 new worshipping communities in London. The Rev Ric Thorpe has been approved as the first Bishop of the Suffragan See of Islington in the Diocese of London since its suspension in 1923
- This week the country stopped to remember the devastating attacks that hit London ten years ago on 7/7. This anniversary and other recent terror attacks were playing on my mind as I headed up to the famous Wimbledon queues. It sounds negative but I had been thinking about the potential of a big British sporting event such as Wimbledon being a target. After all, the queues comprise of people from all over the world....
- Every year in Northern Ireland there are around 5000 parades. Many of these are charity and sporting events, about 60% are Loyalist/Unionist parades and about 3% are nationalist. Only about 5% of the total number of parades are considered 'contentious'.