Europe is going through major changes. Our aim is to look at the key issues in our continent from a biblical perspective.
The German manager of Liverpool FC leads the English Premier League. “To be a believer, but not to want to talk about it - I do not know how it would work!”
Nearly one in every five of all pregnancies in the UK ends with a termination. In Spain, 10% of all women between 15 and 44 have aborted.
Gender transition services are now official. The minority of conservative Anglicans call to maintain the Biblical definition of sexuality.
Gone are the days when you had to enter a dingy betting shop to wager a fiver. Now you place a bet with just one tap or swipe on a smartphone.
The Evangelical Alliance UK calls churches to be “a place of welcome and compassion for those who are transgender” while countering “the culture narrative of individualism and deconstruction”.
In a joint statement, the Church of England and the Evangelical Church Germany (EKD) say their relationship “goes back over many centuries - long before the European Union”.
The resignation of the Sports Minister has caused a controversy over the influence of the betting industry on the government.
Roughly 15% speak it daily as their first language of choice. Consequently, the most likely way any of these people will meet Jesus is going to be proactively and lovingly, in and through, the medium of the Welsh language.
A survey commissioned by the Coalition for Family shows that 13% back including incest in a legal definition of marriage.
The work is based on the trilemma put forth by C. S. Lewis, which affirms that the person of Jesus Christ would necessarily fall into one of three categories: Lord, liar or lunatic.
With such division in our political leadership, is there any wonder that the tensions over Brexit remain so high?
Key Anglican leaders in the UK call for a “better relationship” with the global evangelical movement Gafcon.
Out in the open, a beach mission is like a church without walls. Those who are unsure can sit at a distance, listening and looking. There is something too about the anonymity of being away on holiday that makes people more willing to try new things.
According to Home for Good, the number of children waiting for adoption in England currently outweighs the number of families waiting by almost 3 to 1.
Twice-monthly social events are held for between 80-150 people, sometimes even more. The asylum seekers and refugees cook meals from their own countries, with occasional British cuisine.
Sweden is the country with the highest language proficiency. On the lower end is the United Kingdom.
A free week-long skate, music, bible and family festival held in Wadebridge, took its 2018 theme from John 10:10.
The ‘Archetypes’ exhibition can be visited in Cambridge until December 2018. Artist Liviu Mocan expresses the “spiritual energy of the Reformation”.
Part of our mission is house visits. We listen to them as they express concerns or worries, helping them to decipher letters, finances, doctor appointments. We often end by reading the Bible together, praying and singing to Jesus, which they love.
To claim that somehow Britain is morally superior to the other 27 countries of the EU is a dangerously arrogant position to take.
Theresa May says everyone should be guaranteed the right to “practise their faith free of fear”.
The government announces it abandons plans to register and inspect out-of-school education settings. An official report confirmed the opposition of many educational institutions.
As theological debates on sexuality and marriage become more and more central, many Christian denominations are being asked to clarify their views.
The EAUK welcomes the opportunity for a social debate. Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision aims to strenghten the current government’s position ahead of the Brexit negotiations, analysts believe.
The Church has said the game was "a good way to start a conversation that may lead on to other things".