Living for Christ in daily life and work?
Practical ways that the church can
To what shall I compare thee, Brexit?
David Smith, Economics Editor of the Sunday Times wrote on 10 September, on the 25th anniversary of our leaving the European Exchange Rate Mechanism, suggesting that "Britain's first Brexit offers lessons for our departure." I offer some comments.
Workplace Chaplaincy in the Footsteps of St Chad
For St Chad, mission was not an invitation to a church meeting, but was expressed by going out amongst the people - the essence of chaplaincy
A Review of Pauperland, by Jeremy Seabrook
A passionate and compassionate analysis of poverty and the poor in Britain
Martin Dent, 1925 - 2014 - co founder of Jubilee 2000
Martin Dent, an inspiring, though little known, visionary, who co-founded Jubilee 2000, which led to the remission of billions of dollars of world debt.
Debt - The Devil and the Detail
Lending which exploits people and traps them in debt is condemned by world faiths, but some lending promotes enterprise
Frances Perkins - Woman of Faith behind the New Deal
Franklin D Roosevelt's New Deal, after the Great Depression, owed much to the committed Christian, Frances Perkins
The Will of the People
We trigger Article 50 as we approach Easter - what are the responsibilities of government?
Dethroning Mammon, by Justin Welby
Justin Welby looks at the subject of money and materialism
Jesus and the Living Wage
Continue to Remember the Poor
A Review of “The Euro: and Its Threat to the Future of Europe”, by Joseph Stiglitz
Chaplaincy - Strength and Challenge for the CHurch
Chaplaincy, in its many forms, is a growing area of mission and ministry. It offers a strength for and a challenge to the church and resources should be provided
See, I am doing a new thing...
As change continues in the economy, the Christian Gospel encourages us to look forwards and respond to challenges, building communities not on nostalgia but on hope.
In the Old Testament, a ruler's justice was shown by how they treated the poor.