The importance of conversion
// Part five of our series 'What is an evangelical?'
Written by Lucy Olofinjana
The centrality of the cross
// Part four of our series 'What is an evangelical?'
Written by Joey Robinson
The centrality of Christ
// Part three of our series 'What is an evangelical?'
Written by Abi Bull
The centrality of the Bible
// Part two of our series 'What is an evangelical?'
Written by Rich Powney
What is an evangelical?
// Evangelicalism is not so much about drawing boundaries and deciding who is in or out. Rather, it is a dynamic movement, calling people to the standard or banner of the King of Kings.
Written by Peter Lynas
What is in your hands?
// We’ve all been there. At some point, almost all of us have been asked, ‘what do you want to do with your life?’.
Written by Lauren Agnew
Jesus, friends and enemies
// Christians have never been so suitably placed to live out a different story of enemy love that will undoubtably jar with the prevailing narrative of the times.
Written by John McGrath
Better debate in uncertain times
// In a world of polarisation, fake news, Brexit and Trump, where do Christians stand in times of increasing uncertainty?
Written by Chris Anderson
Do you love God and/or His Church?
// I've seen too many people walk out the Church doors, leaving their faith behind. This deeply saddens me. The reasons for this exit can so often come down to this: some love Church without loving God, whilst others love God without His Church.
Written by Joey Robinson
Can anything good come out of North Korea?
// What’s the darkest place in the world you can think of? Perhaps you might think of North Korea. Do you think God could still be at work even there?
Written by Caris Deller
Christianity’s biggest threat
// We are told Christianity in the UK is under pressure. Surveys citing changing social attitudes and declining church attendance are often used to forecast Christianity’s expiry date. However, there’s a much bigger threat to Christianity than half empty churches.
Written by Matthew Rees
Five reasons to be inspired by the persecuted Church
// The persecuted church. Millions of Christians every day making the choice to lose it all, give up everything, and wake up to a day that require full reliance on God. Here are five reasons why I believe this source of inspiration is for all of us.
Written by Pete Hopper
Silencing the Church
// Christians around the world are being silenced. Their voice, their actions and their faith pose a massive threat to the status quo, and so the decision to follow Jesus for many can be a truly revolutionary, radical and dangerous choice.
Written by Dan Etheridge
Lessons I’m learning about prayer
// It was 2.30 in the morning and there I was: needing to pray aloud with my friend in her time of need. Yet, no matter how hard I tried, the words just didn’t come out.
Written by Jade Ashley Till
Why I don’t want an International Day of the Girl
// I literally never stop talking about gender justice issues. I’m a passionate advocate for championing girls. In fact, my job/ministry/calling is literally helping to turn up the volume of Gospel of hope for girls. But yes, you read the title correctly.
Written by Claire Rush
Sugar and spice and all things nice?
// During her presidential campaign in 2016, Hilary Clinton spent 600 hours – that’s 25 days – having her hair and make-up done, she’s revealed in her latest book What Happened.
Written by Charlotte Hendy
Girls and their bodies: innocence lost?
// At the heart of our faith lies the message that each one of us – regardless of our gender or age or ethnicity or background, regardless of what we look like - is made in the image of God in whom we believe the essence of beauty is found.
Written by Chine McDonald
The madness of modern life
// The heart of our flawed modern life is the myth and illusion that life is something for mankind to conquer and control.
Written by Dave Luck
3 things I’ve learned about community living
// Acts 2 isn't always as rosy as it can seem, but it's worth persevering with.
Written by Ryan Galpin
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