As a report in the United Kingdom confirms the abuses committed by influential preacher Mike Pilavichi, the Evangelical Alliance United Kingdom urges leaders to “put integrity above ease and popularity”.
It is relatively easy to achieve one of the three, but a response that speaks to the true influence of lives transformed by Jesus should touch all three.
Data from the 2021 Census show that the average age of Christians is now 51. For evangelical leaders, the figures are “a challenge, but also an opportunity”.
Evangelicals “will work to ensure the Bill doesn't have a negative impact on individual freedoms or practices of churches”. The new law will now include transgender people.
The Evangelical Alliance UK says the new 'trans law' is “an assault on truth” which “puts women and children at risk”.
Let’s take seriously the warnings we have been given, repent of our personal and systematic greed and serve the Lord and our neighbours with joy and hope.
An opportunity for policymakers and Christian-led organisations to come together, collaborate and discuss better ways of working when addressing the cost of living crisis.
Problems in our politics are not resolved by us stepping away from the fray. You don’t fix a problem by being a spectator.
There are 12,500 care homes in the UK and 50,000 churches who can make a difference for elderly residents.
Music concerts, festivals and carnivals promoting secular music are on the rise, but what does the Bible say about whether Christians should participate?
The highlights of the memorial service at Westminster Abbey were the readings of the Bible, the hymns sung by the choir, and the Christ-centered message of Archbishop Justin Welby.
"I draw strength from the message of hope in the Christian gospel", she said in 2012. The Evangelical Alliance UK reflects on Queen Elizabeth's Christian faith and public leadership.
Gavin Calver of the Evangelical Alliance: “Leadership is always hard, it’s difficult to imagine a more challenging set of circumstances”. Anglican Justin Welby: “May God guide her”.
“When all these advocates get together in one place, it facilitates collaboration that can actually make a difference to people on the ground”, said Janet Epp Buckingham.
The International Ministerial on Freedom of Religion or Belief says it aims to “tackle online harm and strengthen human rights education”. Evangelicals say “words must be matched with action”.
What makes African Christianity different from European Christianity? Where are African churches in Europe growing most and what can they offer to a secularised continent? An interview with the pastor and head of the One People Commission in the UK.
The Talking Jesus report shows that non-Christians like Christians but not the church. It analyses how people come to faith and the conversations about Jesus between Christians and unbelievers.
The Talking Jesus research analyses “the evangelism landscape in the UK today”. 42% say they are non-practising Christians and 16% identify as agnostics or atheists.
No ban should have the effect of stopping churches or Christian ministries from teaching a biblical view of marriage as between a man and a woman, and sexual activity as reserved for that.
The amendment that allows to take all abortion pills at home within the first 10 weeks passed by 215 votes to 188. “It will have dire consequences for women”, evangelicals say.
The prayer breakfast was being hosted in the historic Pierhead building. Different talks took place, including one from First Minister Mark Drakeford, who spoke about the notion of turning our “why?” into a “why not?”.
The new 'progressive Christianity', which is in reality a regression to a pagan Gnosticism which uses the words of Christianity, also has other characteristics apart from the misuse of language.
A report published by the Evangelical Alliance United Kingdom says around 2 in 10 churches are no longer offering youth and children activities.
Although the government says the ban “will not impact everyday religious practice”, evangelicals warn “there are questions on the details which will require further clarity”.
Christians and churches worldwide will join for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Christians on November 7 and 14.