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  • Wilberforce Academy 2019 applications now open

    Wilberforce applications open
  • Christian Concern co-founder Ade Omooba awarded MBE

    MBE: 'Modest But Excellent'
  • New resource to help deal with bullying in schools available to download

    Dealing with bullying in schools
  • Historic case of ex-magistrate challenging top judges moves forward

    Richard Page granted permission
  • Justice for 'Sarah'

    Justice for 'Sarah'
January 15th, 2019 | End of life, Life and Bioethics
The Royal College of Physicians has decided to adopt a neutral position on changing laws on assisted dying – without consulting its members. Tim Dieppe discusses how this change in position seems unconstitutional, and why the law should not change. He concludes that the strong laws this country has are needed to protect the vulnerable.
January 14th, 2019 | Church and State
The Rev. Canon J. John, evangelist, minister and Director of the Philo Trust, asks how we might best pray for this nation in the ‘interesting times’ we live in – particularly when the future seems so unclear. But whatever happens, he says, we should be encouraged: “Underneath and over this world is God and he remains immovable.” This article was originally posted on his blog, Canon J. John (republished with permission).
January 11th, 2019 | Other
Applications for the Wilberforce Academy 2019 are now open. This year’s Academy will run from Monday 9th to Saturday 14th September, and applications will close on 7th May.
January 10th, 2019 | Church and State, Social, Other
Christian Concern co-founder Pastor Ade Omooba, has this year been included in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List and awarded an MBE for voluntary service. In true Pastor Ade style, he typifies the award by saying it stands for “Modest But Excellent”. We sat down and talked with him to find out how it all began.
January 9th, 2019 | Education
"The funny thing about equality law is that the one thing it certainly does not do is promote equality." Now, the 'moral' influence of the LBGT lobby is set to extend over Christian faith schools, promoting the 'more equal' LGBT lifestyles that are considered sinful - all in the name of tolerance and equality. Roger Kiska discusses the effects this could have on faith schools and urges you to act now and make your voice heard.
January 7th, 2019 | Education
In the return to school after the Christmas holidays, 1 in every 10 children across the UK will fall victim to bullying on a daily basis. In light of this, Christian Concern has launched a new booklet: Dealing with bullying in schools, which addresses some practical questions whilst also providing a basic biblical framework for dealing with bullying.
January 2nd, 2019 | Church and State
Professor Andrew Sandlin, founder and president of the Center for Cultural Leadership, discusses the errors in resignation theology and challenges Christians to resist evil – if God resists sin, we should also.
At the Council of Europe, 13 December 2018, Roger Kiska raised concerns about a recent ruling over freedom of speech, but has the European Court effectively banned freedom of speech and "weaponised political correctness"? Roger argues that rather than being free to disagree with each other, hate speech laws "shut down debate" and create censorship. You can watch his speech in the video, or read the transcript below.
December 14th, 2018 | Family, Family and Sexual Ethics
A report this week on BBC Radio 4’s 'The World Tonight' examined the rise of ‘co-parenting’. Rebekah Moffett, communications officer at Christian Concern, comments on the impact that ‘co-parenting’ could have on society.
December 13th, 2018 | Islam
Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska reflects on his visit to Strasbourg to speak at the Council of Europe in a week which saw the city hit by a mass shooting.
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