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Ohana Means Family. Family Means No One Gets Left Behind or Forgotten

Let’s not choose between in-building or online children’s and youth work; let’s not create exclusion by cutting off families who have been able to connect to church like never before over the past 12 months. As lockdown restrictions gradually ease, in line with Government guidance, churches across all four nations of the United Kingdom are …

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Uganda Without Orphans

As the COVID pandemic continues, it has become overwhelmingly clear that the mental health of both adults and children has been deeply affected because of income loss, school closures, government lockdowns and isolation. The team at Uganda Without Orphans learned of a vulnerable family in their community whose father was struggling with serious mental health issues. Thankfully …

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Young Leaders Have a Way of Showing the Importance of Love and Commitment to God’s Word That Is Unique

As part of our overarching communication theme “Bible Engagement” in the first half of 2021, readers of the EEA Newsletter are being presented with a variety of perspectives on this topic in several issues of the EEA Newsletter. We are very pleased that Erzsébet Komlósi, Field Development Director for Europe with Scripture Union International, has agreed …

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New Research Shows That Young Families with Children under Five Could Be a Vital Element for Church Growth.

The Talking Toddlers report released in May 2020, shows that 74% of all parents with children under the age of five have attended a church-run activity in the past year. This new research was commissioned by HOPE Together, the Church of England, and the Evangelical Alliance to highlight the potential for sustained church growth if the church nurtures the faith of …

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EAUK Speaks Up on the Challenges Around Conversion Therapy

Why is the Evangelical Alliance opposing proposals to end conversion therapy?The Government’s 2018 LGBT Action Plan set out its intention to end conversion therapy in the UK. Proposals on how the Government will do this are now imminent. In the four-year action plan, and in recent parliamentary statements, the Government has sought to reassure churches …

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