The Dangers of Doomscrolling

Our world provides more than enough bad news. The reality is, what comes across our screens only scratches the surface of evil in our neighborhoods, nations, and hearts.

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Song urges The Church to rediscover the centrality of God’s word in worship

Keith & Kristyn Getty announce their latest live album Sing! Global: Live at the Getty Music Worship Conference featuring ahost of special guests and capturing the unique atmosphere at the Getty Music Worship Conference, Sing! Global.

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Locked down but looking up – Four Easter resources

As lockdowns continue and the world slowly emerges from the coronavirus pandemic, Christian charity Lifewords has a range of four Easter resources available free for churches, organisations, and individuals.

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UK Graduate immigration route to open to international students

The new Graduate route will open for applications on 1 July 2021, allowing the UK to retain the brightest and the best international students to continue to contribute to society and the economy post-study.

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Lament Is for Little Ones, Too

The challenges and struggles of life in a pandemic continue to leave us reeling. The losses we’ve endured, the hardships we continue to bear, and the uncertainties that lie ahead have left many of us overwhelmed.

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Jesus House Church is transformed into a pop-up vaccine clinic

Jesus House in collaboration with The NHS, has successfully completed the temporary transformation of the church into a pop-up vaccination clinic, as part of the on-going nationwide vaccination programme.

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My Pastoral Moments as an Infectious Diseases Doctor

When a child is seriously ill, there is a correlation between the level of support a family receives and a parent’s emotional well-being.

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Black majority Church vows to tackle low COVID-19 Vaccine uptake

It is a fact that infection with Covid-19 has had a bigger negative impact on the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups.

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Heroes of the Faith: George Washington Carver

To understand George Washington Carver, the great African-American agriculturalist and educator, you have to know something of the world in which he lived. Even though slavery was legally abolished across the United States in 1865, it cast a long-lasting and bitter shadow. African-Americans now lived in freedom, but poverty and discrimination continued.

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UK’s black majority churches unite in support of Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Black church leaders from across the country, some of whom have already had the jab, have joined forces to publicly demonstrate their support of the Covid-19 vaccine.

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New Chair to Lead the Drive for Diversity in Apprenticeships

During National Apprenticeship Week 2021 Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills, Gillian Keegan, joined a meeting of the Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network to speak to members and announce the appointment of a new chair.

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Kill Your Son, Abraham: Making Sense of a Shocking Command

God ordered Abraham to make a burnt offering of his longed-for son. Abraham built an altar, put firewood upon it, and trussed Isaac up on top of the wood. His murdering knife was already in his hand when an angel dramatically intervened with the news of a last-minute change of plan: God was only joking after all.

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Opera North selects minority ethnic music artists for ‘Resonance’

Opera North has announced four lead artists selected to develop new work in this year’s Resonance programme for minority ethnic music-makers, supported by PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Partnership:.

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