Month: November 2021

Millennials Are Positive about Jesus but Do Not Believe in Moral Absolutes – Study

Millennials in America are “leading the charge” against the traditional Christian belief in “absolute moral truths”, according to new research. The ‘Millennials in America’ report by researcher George Barna is based on a survey of the attitudes and beliefs of young adults in their 20s and 30s. It found that six out of 10 respondents …

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Churches Overlooked Youth Ministry as Family Engagement Decreased During Pandemic, Study Finds

A new study suggests that amid the pandemic, the level of engagement in children’s ministry in churches across the United Kingdom, the United States, Brazil and Canada dramatically decreased.  The new report released late last month titled “Do we need a new plan for children’s ministry?” was researched and written by a team of academic researchers and …

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Spanish Evangelical Alliance on Surrogacy: “It Exploits and Commodifies Women”

“Surrogacy should not be authorised or legalised”, says the evangelical entity, which denounces that “it attacks women and children human rights”. The Bioethics Working Group of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance (AEE) has published a document analysing the issue of surrogacy. The text, the first in the Spanish evangelical sphere to address this specific issue, is structured in different sections …

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Early Education Webinars

Upcoming Webinars Building a Team Equipped with Practical Resilience with Tammy Kennington Date: Wed., Nov. 17, 2021, at 12 p.m. (PT), 1 p.m. (MT), 2 p.m. (CT), 3 p.m. (ET)   Cost: Free                     Staff and students have returned to schools having experienced high levels of on-going stress. Chronic, unmanaged stress creates …

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The Toll of the Pandemic on Our Nation’s Children and Young People Has Been Huge

After the easing of the first lockdown in 2020 – when one was finally allowed to meet another person, outside of your household, for a walk – I met up with a clergy friend from a ‘pioneering’ church, that was newly established in a nearby large town. His church was a very snazzy set-up: well-financed, …

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Counted Worthy: A Father’s Perspective on the Theology of Suffering

A.W. Tozer once said, “It is doubtful whether God can bless a man greatly until he has hurt him deeply.” As a pastor, Dr. Connor Bales has tackled tough questions about suffering for years- -How should Christ-followers respond to suffering?-What if our calling is to suffer?-How do we respond when our loved ones suffer? But, …

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Is Gen Z the “Greatest Generation?” This New Book Gives Surprising Insight on the Next Generation of World Leaders.

From the halls of middle schools to boardrooms of the most innovative companies in the world, Generation Z is coming of age at one of the most unique times in human history.  Gen Z, consisting of those born from 1995-2012, has officially become the largest generation in the world today. They are some of the …

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