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'What Makes Churches Grow?'
'What Makes Churches Grow?'

By: Paul Beasley-Murray
"What Makes Churches Grow?" by Bob Jackson is a stimulating and challenging analysis of Anglican Church growth from which every pastor of any denomination could learn.

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Making Faith Relevant by Supporting a Living Wage
Making Faith Relevant by Supporting a Living Wage

By: Jon Kuhrt
How can Christians share their faith in relevant ways that do not make people squirm with embarrassment? One way is through a commitment to social justice, such as support for living wages.

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Why Disputes Between Churches, UK Gov't Will Increase
Why Disputes Between Churches, UK Gov't Will Increase

By: Jon Kuhrt
As austerity measures kick in, clashes between the British government and churches will increase. Government wants Christians to pull drowning people out of the river. It doesn't want them to ask who's pushing them in.

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Living Wages: How to Match Ideals to Reality
Living Wages: How to Match Ideals to Reality
By: Zach Dawes
Moving toward a living wage to enable full-time employees to live self-sufficient, food-secure daily lives is a noble goal, but matching ideals to reality will be complicated and costly.
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Why Church of England Must Break Ties with Government
Why Church of England Must Break Ties with Government
By: Jon Kuhrt
Having key roles in Britain's national events is seductive, but it is in forsaking them that the Church of England will find greater integrity. Until it does, it can never fully speak truth to power.
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British Baptists: No Stained-Glass Ceiling for Women
British Baptists: No Stained-Glass Ceiling for Women
While British Baptists' record on women in ministry is far from perfect, they have affirmed the ministry of women in every aspect of their life together – and have done so for a long time.
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Constitutional Crisis in England's Church-State Relations?
Constitutional Crisis in England's Church-State Relations?
If the matter of women bishops remains unresolved and the conflict ratchets higher, is it possible that there could be a parting of the ways for the marriage of church and state in England?
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British Baptists Welcome New Archbishop of Canterbury
British Baptists Welcome New Archbishop of Canterbury
British Baptists are welcoming the selection of Justin Welby as the next Archbishop of Canterbury, citing his wisdom, mediation skills and commitment to mission.
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As Church-based Civil Unions Kick In, Church of England Says No
LONDON (RNS) New laws that allow same-sex civil unions to be performed on religious premises took effect in England and Wales.
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Church Leaders Resign amid London's Occupy Protest
Church Leaders Resign amid London's Occupy Protest
After Occupy London Stock Exchange began, protesters soon set up camp outside St. Paul's Cathedral near the financial district. How St. Paul's should respond led to two church leaders' resignation.
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Millionaire Buys Paintings so Church Can Keep Them
CANTERBURY, England (RNS/ENInews) A self-effacing multimillionaire has become a local hero after buying a series of 17th-century religious paintings.
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Five Anglican Bishops Leave for Roman Catholic Church
LONDON (RNS) Five bishops have decided to leave the Church of England and join the Roman Catholic Church.
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