Speaker Matt Bird writes about his experience of Dyslexia and how it hasn’t stopped himRead more. . .
Young people across England are celebrating exam results this morning – with thousands of themRead more. . .
Female Uyghurs have been given a second chance to start their lives in a safeRead more. . .
The Democratic Republic of the Congo: Attack on Jida primary school leaves 222 children withoutRead more. . .
“Education is the key that unlocks the golden door to freedom,” states George Washington Carver,Read more. . .
Start a Degree in Theology, Business, or Education this January at Christ the Redeemer College!Read more. . .
For almost two years now, students and their families have experienced interruptions with their educationalRead more. . .
The number of Religious Studies A-level exam entries has increased 6.1 percent year on year.Read more. . .
In a 2015 speech, Nick Gibb, Minister of State for School Standards of United Kingdom,Read more. . .
Young Christians hoping to take their first steps into the media are being invited to apply to a new mentoring scheme being launched by Christians in Media.Read more. . .
A new course of study to help the Church address the shortfall that many Christians have in understanding the African Church and its impact on faith in the UK.Read more. . .
MES is a unique initiative that gives young adults, from all backgrounds, the space and time away from the pressures of modern life to test God’s calling on their lives.Read more. . .
The Templeton World Charity Foundation Inc. has awarded funding to the Religious Education Council of England and Wales (REC) to work with RE Today Services to take the vision of worldviews in RE a step closer to the classroom.Read more. . .
As the pandemic continues, we need an outbreak of something more powerful than a virus: the spirit of enterprise. It is time for new business enterprises that create value and jobs to replace the hundreds of thousands being lost.Read more. . .
“Christians who became homeless during the pandemic share their hopes for the future”Read more. . .