The tale of a pilgrimage to Canterbury

Jul 24, 2022 by

by Frank Wright, TCW: OF ALL the terrific ideas I have had perhaps this was the best: to take my wife and two young children on a pilgrimage over one of the hottest weekends of the year. Surprisingly, it went very well indeed. Any parent...

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Jordan Peterson’s Church Advice Is Mostly Right

Jul 24, 2022 by

by Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism: Canadian pop public thinker Jordan Peterson, a non-Christian, has of course generated controversy with his recent video message to churches urging them to appeal especially to young men. Here’s his most...

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Why are our congregations made up of the middle class, but not the poor?

Jul 22, 2022 by

by Rupen Das, Christian Today: Today, in the 21st century, there are still more than a billion people living on less than a dollar a day. Indeed, more than half of the total population of humanity are still living on less than 10 dollars...

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Church of England unveils strategy to help its rural churches thrive

Jul 21, 2022 by

by Peter Crumpler, Christian Today: The Church of England has launched a 10-point strategy to help its thousands of rural churches survive and thrive. Many provided cool sanctuaries during the recent record-breaking temperatures – but...

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Church: Where Are The Men?

Jul 20, 2022 by

by Rod Dreher, The American Conservative: I had breakfast in Budapest this morning with an American academic on vacation with his family. We talked about the turmoil in the world; like me, he is a Christian. He has been working in the...

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The Decline and Renewal of the American Church: Part 4 – The Strategy for Renewal

Jul 19, 2022 by

by Dr Timothy Keller, Life in the Gospel: This is the final article in a four-part series on how the American church came to be in decline and what a way forward could look like. The first article “The Decline of the...

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