With pupils around the UK leaving school to protest the government’s response to climate change, we ask what young people think about these big issues More

In light of Joshua Harris and Marty Sampson’s recent announcements, Ruth Jackson urges us to prioritise creating safe spaces for questions, doubts and... More

Marriage Week is an annual celebration of marriage. The point is to highlight the benefits of a healthy marriage to society, media and the government.... More

I hate that our nation is becoming increasingly immune to the horrific statistics around knife crime and youth violence. Last year in England and Wales there were 40,829 recorded offences involving knives... More

A few Lents ago, rather than giving up chocolate, alcohol or sweet treats, I opted to abstain from something which, at the time, seemed an easy option: being negative. No complaining, no speaking badly... More

I know we’re only half way through February, but I’m going to go ahead and predict that Instant Familywill be the best film of 2019. The Hollywood blockbuster starring Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne is simultaneously... More

The 88-year-old evangelist devoted his life to telling people about the good news of Jesus. Michael authored over 50 books covering all sorts of topics from evangelism to discipleship. And while he was... More

 WEBSITES Youth and Children’s Work: youthandchildrens.work/apologeticsFree online apologetic articles and videos aimed at young people and those working with them  Reboot: reboot.org.ukReboot is an annual... More

I don’t think any Christian Resources Exhibition (CRE) attendees expected to cry within five minutes of arriving (if at all!), but most of us were deeply moved by the opening presentations.The exhibition... More

What is drill music?Drill music originates from Chicago. It’s a form of rap and the majority of it is violent by nature. That’s the main thing that separates it from grime and other forms of music. Most... More