Just been reading the essential update from the Evangelical Alliance. It links to Show & Tellwhich is an online database of youth and children’s work resources. It is designed to cover a wide variety of areas from talks and sessions through to training and pracitical planning. If it manages to do what it is aiming to do then this should be a very powerful and useful tool.
Chris
cskidd1983@gmail.com
Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

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  1. Here are sentences 5 to 7 from page 123 of Traditions of International Ethics (Nardin and Mapel)

    “Thus, for example, consequentialists and adherents of common morality agree that when many in the third world face imminent starvation relatively wealthy people in richer parts of the world have a serious moral obligation to come to their aid.

    This general duty to help other is the most basic ground within common morality for interference in the internal affairs of one nation by outsiders, including other nations and international bodies. The specific implications of the general duty to provide help depend on a number of highly contigent factors, including respect for a nation’s sovereignty and awareness of the limits of outside aid.”

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