Families must play a bigger part in the lives of children in care

May 25, 2022 by

by Cristina Odone, Conservative Home: The children’s care system delivers poor outcomes. Taxpayers and our most vulnerable children pay for this.  More than 80,000 children are in the state’s care. That’s more than all the children living...

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Alcoholics Anonymous group removed from directory over Christian emphasis

Jan 5, 2022 by

from Christian Today: An Alcoholics Anonymous group has been removed from the organisation’s online directory over its emphasis on Christianity. The group continues to meet in a church in Yeovil, Somerset, but is no longer...

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How should evangelicals respond to the abuse of power?

Dec 2, 2021 by

by Ed Shaw, Psephizo: Like many groups in society, and other church traditions, we evangelicals have a problem when it comes to unhealthy cultures, misuses of power by those in leadership, and the resulting abuse of those meant to be...

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Archbishop Justin Welby sorry for abuse-accused bishop comment

Nov 17, 2021 by

by Harry Farley, BBC: The Archbishop of Canterbury has apologised for saying a “significant cloud” hung over the name of the late Bishop of Chichester George Bell. In 1995 a woman alleged Mr Bell – who died in 1958...

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Does ‘Bleeding for Jesus’ help resolve abuse issues?

Nov 8, 2021 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Many people have told me that Bleeding for Jesus by Andrew Graystone is ‘essential reading’, and I take this recommendation seriously for three reasons. First, I have known Andrew for some years, and engaged him to...

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Lord Carey calls for Church of England to outsource abuse investigations

Oct 13, 2021 by

by George Carey, from Anglican Ink: The following words were addressed to those attending the Keep Rebuilding Bridges conference on October 5, 2018. Baron Carey of Clifton was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1991 to 2002. The Truth will...

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