Stories Worth Sharing

 

How did #LiveLent 2018 help people to take the journey to Easter?
The Church of England’s digital team and Church House Publishing share results of this year’s Lent campaign, #LiveLent – a six-week discipleship journey through the Gospel of John, exploring what it means to be a witness from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day.

A blessing not a burden: why every child should be valued equally

The Bishop of Durham, Paul Butler, explains why he and other faith leaders are challenging the two-child limit on financial support for families, which came into effect a year ago

From the classroom to the Bank of England: how LifeSavers is helping a community

The LifeSavers savings club, working with the NEFirst Credit Union at Northumberland Church of England Academy Josephine Butler Primary Campus in Ashington, has more than £3,500 deposited in accounts.

Relationships and Education

Nigel Genders, the Church of England’s Chief Education Officer, discusses the Church’s response to the Government’s call for evidence on the changes to teaching Relationships and Sex Education in schools.

Minority ethnic clergy and the Church

In this Renewal and Reform podcast, we speak to those responsible for supporting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people as they follow their calling to ordained ministry.

Setting God’s People Free Monday to Saturday

A new series of practical resources to support the discipleship and witness of the whole church.

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