Justice

Bringing Life in the Face of Death

If you doubt the power of God to transform even the worst situations, then read on! Things don’t get much tougher than the situation in India at present. Around 26.75 million people have been infected with Covid19. Well over 300,000 people have died from the disease. India’s health care systems and services are buckling under the …

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The Bethlehem Story: Mission and Justice in the Margins of the World, by Andy McCullough

Andy McCullough’s new book is coming out soon. Below is a sample from the story of Rahab. Jericho. One of the oldest cities in the world. City of palms, where the Judean wilderness meets the Jordan valley, and date palms stretch as far as the eye can see. It’s harvest time, early spring, when the …

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A funeral dirge for Bristol, the church and the enslaved – from the view of a Black woman

By Rosie Hopley The following piece was penned after the BLM protests, and the toppling of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol, UK. It was inspired after reading the book of Lamentations with a group of believers. A funeral dirge for Bristol, the church and the enslaved – from the view of a Black woman How …

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Hong Kong Ready Churches – Making the Most of a Once in a Generation Opportunity

By John Ford In 2021, the Home Office estimates that 130,000 people will migrate from Hong Kong to the UK following the introduction of a new visa. In the end, Britain estimates that about 300,000 will take up the visa offer during the next five years. This is the largest planned migration of people to …

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Moses: The Staff

This is part 3 in a series of posts on Moses. The LORD said to him, “What is that in your hand?” He said, “A staff.”  Exodus 4:2 The shepherd’s staff in Moses’ hand was the very symbol of his marginalisation. And yet through the wisdom of God it would become the instrument of his …

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The Religious Other: Toward a Biblical Understanding of Islam, the Qur’an and Muhammad

With acts of religiously motivated violence filling our headlines and religious discourse widely succumbing to “clash of civilizations”-mentalities, the need for thoughtful, critical, and genuine Christian understandings of Islam is as urgent as ever. The Religious Other: Toward a Biblical Understanding of Islam, the Qur’an and Muhammad is a new book that has been crafted …

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