Education is an amazing opportunity and privilege for us to shape young lives, the future generation of our country. As part of the community we each have an active role.
Singleness is becoming much more common in the world around us. Fewer people are getting married, and those that do get married later in life. So is singleness good? Is it a problem to be solved or a gift to be received?
Should we vote? Which way should we vote? What should our priority be when deciding, and when we disagree with one another, how can we do so in a way that honours Jesus?
The Bible may teach a ‘traditional’ sexual ethic, but it never de-humanises, mistreats, undervalues, or leaves people feeling unloved. Jesus led with love, and it’s that’s love that brought people to the glorious light of the gospel.
How do we navigate the different stages of life, ensuring we pursue the right things and finish well? Our culture often perceives ageing as an inevitable slide into irrelevance, but as followers of Jesus, our best days are ahead.
Transgender has become a huge issue in the last 12 months with Time Magazine describing it as the ‘next civil rights frontier’. So how should we love and serve people whose experience of their gender doesn’t fit with their biological sex?
How do we discern who deserves our help and how do we apply the Bible’s references to the poor in 21st Century Britain?
What approach to marriage is best for a country? How should we think about civil partnerships, divorce, same-sex weddings, remarriage, and making laws about it all?
What is justice? Who should be pursuing it? How? Where? What implications does that have for everyone?