Over the last few months my church has begun working with the charity Hope into Action. It is a relatively new charity having been set up just four years ago by Ed Walker, who previously had worked as a programme director… Read More ›
As a resident south of the border, I’ve been observing the progress of the same-sex Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill from a distance and not taking in quite the same volume of information as I did with the equivalent… Read More ›
Theresa May’s draft Modern Slavery Bill will be the first of its kind in Europe according to the government. The Home Secretary has proposed a bill that for once has strong support across the political parties and is accompanied by… Read More ›
And now for some good news… A former homeless couple, a youth project leader, and the pioneer behind a debt-advice counselling centre have been announced as the winners of the 2013 Inspire Award for unsung Christian heroes whose work has… Read More ›
Today’s post is an immediate response by Danny Webster to an inflammatory report released today by the National Secular Society attacking the work of Christian groups who offer their services to schools. Danny blogs at the curiously entitled Broken Cameras and Gustav Klimt… Read More ›
36% of children don’t know whose birthday is celebrated at Christmas-time for an advertising campaign?
I’m not really in the mood for Christmas yet, but thanks to ChurchAds.net launching their new Christmas advertising campaign this week I’ve ended up thinking about it a bit too much over the last couple of days. Their Christmas starts… Read More ›
The BBC has had a problem for some time regarding how it deals with religion. It has regularly been accused of giving Christianity in particular a tough time. What gives these accusations substance is that they have not just come… Read More ›