[What are the direct benefits flowing from your organisation's purposes?] Contributing to the mental wellbeing of Christians by advancing loving relationships in churches, families and local communities. Contributing to moral improvement in society by advancing adherence to Christian principle of honouring all people among the general public and
especially Christian believers. Furthering education among Christians through seminars, articles and courses explaining different belief systems and their philosophical and historical roots. Furthering education among the general public concerning Christian beliefs and practices. Promoting good citizenship by advancing the Christian value of honouring the authorities among the general public. Promoting volunteering in churches and other charitable organisations. [How can the benefits identified above be demonstrated?] By reporting on the number of churches and people spoken to. By gathering feedback from individuals accessing our services and church leaders who invite us to speak. [Is there any harm arising from any of the purposes] No [Who are the charity's beneficiaries?] Christians of all ages and education backgrounds across all denominations and traditions across the island of Ireland The general public across the island of Ireland and, through online resources, globally. [Is there any private benefit flowing from any of the purposes? Is it incidental and necessary?] No...
What your organisation does
The Trust shall participate only in initiatives that are reasonably conducive to the realisation of the above mentioned purposes, such initiatives including (but not limited to): (i) Raising awareness, teaching, training, and advocacy. (ii) Speaking on topical issues and big questions to all ages, sceptics or believers, in person and through
various media. (iii) Training Christians to think biblically, apply truth in loving relationships, and evangelise persuasively. (iv) Creating informative, engaging and practical Christian perspectives on issues using various forms of media, including writing, audio and video. (v) Advising Christian leaders about contemporary culture and issues facing Christians....
The charity’s classifications
- The advancement of education
- The advancement of religion
- The advancement of citizenship or community development
Who the charity helps
- Adult training
- General public
- Voluntary and community sector
How the charity works
- Community development
- Religious activities