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Genuinely LEARNING to love yourself

Rachel, one of our interns, has posted an inspiring piece about Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts’ journey of coming to terms with being pale skinned in an industry dominated by the perma-tan. Genuinely LEARNING to love yourself And in a … Continue reading

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Wired predictions from the 90’s

I was fascinated by this list of quotes from the first five years of Wired magazine, from May 93 to Dec 97, compiled by Kevin Kelly. His conclusion, “all predictions of the future are really just predictions of the present.” … Continue reading

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Researcher anticipates further church decline in 2010s

A report in Christian Today picks up on research by Peter Brierley that suggests the church is still declining in the UK. His key findings are: Churchgoing has declined from 3.5m in 2000 to 2.9m in 2010. The most absent … Continue reading

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Cohabitation in the 21st Century

New research from The Jubilee Centre shows that cohabitation is a less stable form of relationship than it was 15 years ago. By contrast, marriage is becoming more stable. By the time children are 16 their parents will still be … Continue reading

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