Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi was born on 13 April 1983. He died on 16 September 2017 after a year-long struggle to overcome stomach cancer, aged 34. He is survived by his wife Michelle, and their two-year-old daughter Aiya.
We can barely go for a couple of months without hearing of a new disaster. How do we make sense of natural disasters and God?
Critics of Christianity argue that people who believe in God are pursuing a course leading to intellectual death. In this video, Dr Tanya Walker tackles this objection head-on, exploring the case for faith and how it relates to some of the deepest longings of our heart, such as the search for meaning and significance.
It’s a fundamental question posed by Jesus, and it’s explored here as Amy Orr-Ewing examines faith, life and truth.
Michael Ramsden explores the nature of Christian faith in this short film.
This month the global update showcases some of the highlights from July 2017, which includes John Lennox speaking in the UK at the Houses of Parliament, Stephen Lam reporting on ministry taking place in Hong Kong, plus updates from Michael Suderman and Vince Vitale on ‘Refresh’, a conference for students hosted in Atlanta at the new Zacharias Institute.
Recently a team of eleven from the OCCA and Latimer Minster travelled to Östersund, Sweden, for a series of evangelistic and training events organised by EFS Church and the local Credo (Christian Union) group at the town’s Mid Sweden University.
On 4 March 2017, 400 young adults and youth leaders came through the doors of Central Hall, Edinburgh for the launch of Scotland’s first ever REBOOT event.
Lots of people imagine that the Bible is fantasy, fairy tale or stories that have evolved over time but is this what the evidence supports?