Many of those who have encountered the love of God in Jesus find that even when their wounds are healed, scars remain. It takes a sensitive writer, a wounded healer to come alongside other wounded people to turn their feet toward paths of healing.
This book is a cry of the heart for a fresh work of God in our nation. In this respect it is an antidote to all the bright ideas and plans that have fuelled the churches’ expectations and programmes in the last half-century.
In this readable book the author offers some suggestions of how to use public spaces to meaningfully engage others with the good news.
Two hundred and five Festival Angel volunteers spent a week at Bramham Park, North Leeds as part of the welfare support at Leeds Festival.
Linking Lives UK and Chapter2 have been the beneficiaries from a marathon 13-day sponsored walk along Offa’s Dyke, carried out by a father and his two sons.
Like a lot of young Christians in university are undoubtedly doing as I write this, I asked God to show me how he wanted to use my education for his kingdom. The answer came out of the blue, in a way and at a time I wasn’t expecting.
Decades of helping the poor in Ethiopia has led to the publication of a book of biblical reflections.
The author deals with a range of common things that make us too afraid to speak about our faith, and using his own story he shows how those fears can be overcome.
Resources to help those with learning disabilities to mature in their Christian faith, and to know the love and provision of God amidst mental health struggles and other difficulties, are often in painfully short supply.
Giving with Christian charity Stewardship grew by 10% to just under £110m in 2022, reflecting a resilient generosity in the face of the cost of living crisis.