Let’s be clear, Kwanzaa is a cultural and not religious holiday created by an African American. However, the principles of Kwanzaa (from Swahili) can be found in scripture and can build and enhance families and communities and elevate the political dialogue on issues of importance to all. Hence, 7 days before the start of the year, […]
A powerful video from Anchored North gaining momentum online features a powerful story of a young woman explaining how God rescued her from a life of same-sex attraction.
In the UK today British politicians in parliament will be discussing whether they have the right, not you, to decide what relationship and sex education advice your child will have in school.
A young woman has spoken out about how she is pursuing Christ in the face of her struggle with same-sex attraction.
The drama that we find in our churches today remind me of soap operas or telenovelas.
Did you ever have a “friend” in high school that loved causing fights? You know the kind. They act like your best friend but whisper bad things about others in your ear. Then they turn around and say nasty stuff about you to others. They strike a match, sit back and enjoy the flames.
If you actively hold a faith that is more than an expression of cultural identity, you are deemed far worse than eccentric. You are risk to society, says Tim Farron
‘It is an unkind and destabilising prayer. It is the theological equivalent of the curse of the wicked fairy in one of the fairy tales. It is un-Christian as well as being anti-constitutional. It is a very long way from being a blessing for Prince George.’ – Gavin Ashenden, a former Chaplain to the Queen
Mr Ngole said his rights to freedom of speech and thought, enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, has been breached.
David Cameron says that in a secular age Christians should be even ‘more evangelical’ about their faith and says he has felt the ‘healing power’ of the Church.