Handling a relapse


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Seeing people change is a heart-warming experience…But what do we do if it all falls apart? It happens. Months, years, decades later, the sins or struggles can resurface. How do we help people process the pain and despair?

Showing us the door


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In the run-up to the snap General Election, called by Theresa May for 8 June, Rico Tice was interviewed for Radio 4’s Today regarding the issue. If Christians are seen as inherently unfit for public office because of their beliefs, it would effectively mean that we are excluded from the ‘inclusive’ society.

The not-so-lonely planet?


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In April astronomers announced the discovery of an earth-like planet.

Cave time


Chris Sinkinson with the grandson of Kando, the dealer who brought the Dead Sea Scrolls to light, and one of the few original Dead Sea Scroll jars.

 

February 2017 saw the announcement across all news media of the discovery of a new Dead Sea Scrolls cave…

Polarised society


The election of Trump and Brexit are seen as part of a conservative (small c) backlash against multi-culturalism and the moves towards globalism of recent years. ‘The world has changed’, we are told.

The forgotten art of listening


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As I write, the signs look ominous for much of our world…

Forgiveness was new to us, but not to our language


 

Today, 95% of the Umanakaina people follow Jesus.