Do you remember when some churches had cassette libraries for all the recorded sermons? Now everything is online, but how do you access this if you don’t have the internet? There’s a new solution, and it seems to be solving the problem. Cassettes may have made a recent cult resurgence, but sermon cassettes certainly haven’t.…

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  ‘God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way, though the mountains be moved into the heart of the sea.’ Psalm 46 v 1-2 (ESV) Welcome to this March newsletter, and thank you for your continued interest and support. As ever,…

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Youth is something of an obsession in Western societies; even within the church there seems to be a disproportionate amount of effort focused on young people. But, while engaging the next generation is obviously of immense importance to the sustainability of the body of Christ, this obsession with youth does not take account of how…

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Louise Morse shares some great ways for helping us manage during isolation and social upheaval. Isolation is not natural for human beings, writes Louise Morse – we are not designed for it. In times of crisis, such as we are experiencing with Covid-19, our instinct is to group together. Yet here we are, millions of…

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What is digital poverty, and what does it mean in a time of crisis? Betty is 99 and daily uses her iPad, sending and receiving emails. But she is probably an exception. Take Mary for example. She is 96, grateful still to have her memory, mobility and independence intact, but up to now has resisted…

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Our CEO Carl Knightly recently spoke on Christian radio station TWR, sharing thoughts about how Christians can respond to the Coronavirus crisis. You can catch up below:   Carl was also interviewed on the nationwide mainstream ‘Talk Radio’ station, on 16th March, by Julia Hartley-Brewer on their breakfast show. You can catch up below:

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