Why I give money to the homeless

// On seeing a person, not a problem.

Written by Jennifer Goodyer

A letter to Sam on helping the poor

// You said you wanted to fall in love with the Church, but I want so much more than that for you.

Written by Jenny Dawkins

My yoke is easy, my burden is light

// A Monday-morning reflection.

Written by Jenni Brews

Think on these things

// How does Christ shape our thinking in this age of post-truth?

Written by Annie Carter

When faced with injustice, let’s offer what we can

// Because it's too easy to compare ourselves to those who can do more.

Written by Julie Burgess

How to be a justice junkie without being smothered by your own compassion

// It's time to take off the cape. We already have a saviour, we don’t need another one.

Written by Mim Skinner

I am free to risk

// But let's pray for those who don't have the luxury of that choice. The latest post in our series on risk.

Written by Jade Ashley Till

Smear tests and sisterhood

// The church in Burundi is embracing the fact that women's lives are worth saving

Written by Sarah Rowe

I want every passport

// People are infinitely more than the labels we give them

Written by Hannah Henderson

Speak up… for the love of our world

// "We’re inviting everyone who is able to come to Westminster and meet their MPs in person on 17 June, to...

Written by Rebecca Baron

Why should we support political campaigning?

// How engaging with your local representative is proclaiming the good news of the Gospel.

Written by Kit Powney

Fashion Revolution Day: be the change

// Two years after the Rana Plaza disaster and it’s shopping as usual. We have an opportunity to make a difference.

Written by Amelia Abplanalp

The real cost of fashion

// Every year, around eighty billion garments are produced globally. Staggering, isn’t it?

Written by Amelia Abplanalp

Yes, the protesters in Brazil deserve their say, but…

// "The protests matter because of the way Brazil is perceived to have gone about things. But the celebration of sporting...

Written by Richard Woodall

The Hillsborough tragedy: when hurt breaks through and unites

// "This sense of unabashed sincerity and togetherness, is something which cannot be undone by terror. In their sadness, people see...

Written by Richard Woodall

WWJD? Stick it to the Man

// "I’m not suggesting we let ourselves be consumed by the burden of injustice, but I wish I had more of...

Written by threads

Let’s get angrier

// "But flip anger over, and we discover that it has an amazingly constructive power. Anger reveals to us the things...

Written by Alexandra Lilley

UK floods: maybe it’s karma

// It's time we learned our lesson.

Written by Joe Ware

When social action is not enough

// "We often prefer charity to justice because challenging systems involves inevitable conflict with powerful vested interests for whom the system...

Written by Andy Flannagan

The hierarchy of sin

// And top of that list... you guessed it: sex.

Written by Mim Skinner