Equipping Pastoral Carers at GAFCON IV

May 25, 2023 by

View video report of team equipping those who want to provide pastoral care for those with unwanted same-sex attraction at Kigali GAFCON IV here.  

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Why is Christianity always in the dock?

Oct 2, 2022 by

by Paul Huxley, TCW: ‘CAN you prove that offering to pray for patients causes no harm?’ This was in effect the question put to the highly experienced Christian GP Richard Scott by an NHS England disciplinary panel last year. In the...

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Christian GP who offers to pray with patients reaches settlement with NHS England

Sep 27, 2022 by

by Kelly Valencia, Premier: A Christian doctor has reached an agreement with NHS England after he was threatened with disciplinary measures for offering to pray with patients. Dr Richard Scott, a GP who practices at Bethesda Medical...

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The silence of the Church: The problem (part 1)

May 3, 2022 by

Julie Harren Hamilton, Christian Post: I hesitated to write this article because I am not a pastor or a theologian. But I am a Christian counselor, working with the wounded, and desperate for the spiritual back-up of the Church. I often...

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Responding to Homosexuality: Culture of Care versus Culture of Cure

Apr 25, 2022 by

by Hans Madueme and John Wingard, The Gospel Coalition: Review of ‘Still Time to Care’ (Greg Johnson). As professors at Covenant College, the Christian liberal arts college of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and ruling elders in...

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Even Failed Therapy for Undesired Same-Sex Sexuality Results in No Harm, Finds New Study

Mar 3, 2022 by

by Andrè Van Mol, MD, CMDA: Swiftly on the heels of his 2021 study showing sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE) “strongly reduces suicidality” and that restrictions on SOCE may “deprive sexual minorities of an important resource for...

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