“There are many opportunities to share the good news of the gospel in Qatar”

Nov 26, 2022 by

by Jonatán Soriano, Evangelical Focus: The FIFA World Cup has turned critical eyes to the small Persian Gulf country. Three people on the ground analyse the freedom of Christians. The Qatar 2022 World Cup is one of the most controversial...

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The Body Is Bigger Than You Think

Oct 28, 2022 by

By Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition: One of the best things that could happen to the rank-and-file churchgoing Christian is to get a better sense of the bigness of the Body of Christ. The Church is bigger than your church. The kingdom is...

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What has been the influence of the Alpha Course?

Sep 7, 2022 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Andrew Atherstone’s latest book, Repackaging Christianity: Alpha and the Building of a Global Brand (Hodder & Stoughton), is newly published. I had the chance to ask him how, as a historian, he approached the...

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Apologizing for the Gospel

Aug 8, 2022 by

by Casey Chalk, The American Conservative: Liberals demand not only that Christians apologize for individual evils, but the very message of Christianity itself. For many Canadians, Pope Francis’s recent apology for the treatment of some...

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Persecution reveals a church’s true character

Jul 28, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: “People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart”. Most of us have heard this applied to us as individuals, but it is also true of the church. The most important aspect of the...

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The Church of England, money, people, and mission

Jun 1, 2022 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: The Church of England finds itself in a very odd situation. On the one hand, it is facing continued decline in attendance, and I think in influence and reputation in our culture. The decline in attendance has been...

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