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L is for Lifestyle

Ruth Valerio’s popular book L is for Lifestyle (IVP 2019, revised edition) is an A–Z of 26 short chapters about Christian green activism. REtoday asked Ruth for an article that would help young people to see how...

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Kisa and the mustard seeds

Kisagotami (called Kisa, for simplicity, in this article) was the daughter of the poorest family in the village. Eventually her kind ways charmed a young man, and they married. Once she was married, her husband’s...
Events and resources
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The seventh-century Trumpington Cross displayed in Cambridge

A 1,300-year-old gold cross found buried with the body of an Anglo-Saxon teenager in Trumpington Meadows, Cambridgeshire, is to go on display in Cambridge. The Trumpington Cross is made of gold and garnets and was found...
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Losing my identity:

the story of life as it fades away Of others there is no memory; they have perished as though they had never existed; they have become as though they had never been born … Ecclesiasticus 44:9 In an issue focusing on...
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Death (or life?) lessons: why are they needed?

There is a long tradition in English RE – though this is not confined to RE – of exploring important issues as loss, death and bereavement. Here, Judith Wester talks about her own journey – on both sides of the...