The Church can and should be a place where people can talk about the loss of their business, their frustration and confusion without being pressured to explain it.
Anglo Recycling is a textiles recycling business that sees value in providing dignified employment, developing responsibly made products and investing in the community.
Fluid IT aims to provide fairer service and release the potential of technology for his clients, pursuing social impact.
Ethical Addictions produces and sells coffee through direct trade relationships with small-scale, family farmers in South America and Africa.
London-based Yendy Skin began with a mission to bridge the gap between small-scale female farmers and the beauty market.
The book provides a searching and honest analysis of the deep challenges faced by the church today, and a clear and hopeful vision for where we go next.
In a post-Christendom state, the biblical vision still has power to shape ideas and motivate action.
Just Helpers self-employed staff are paid at least the London Living Wage. This commitment is rooted in the biblical principle of honouring workers.
The Derby-based ice cream business offers a workplace designed around the needs of people with a lived experience of slavery.
The Jericho Foundation started in Edward Road Baptist church as a ‘jobs club’ for the vulnerable and excluded. In the last 15 years, it has directly supported over 8,000 people.
Projekts MCR is a pioneering skatepark in Manchester. It is invitational to those who wouldn’t usually consider skateboarding.
How should Christians respond to recent financial developments in the light of the Bible’s teaching? An article by Paul Mills.
Scientists and Christians currently both believe in a starting point for creation, but then diverge from there. An article by Terry Young.
Christians have a dual responsibility to steward the planet and to love our neighbour. An article by Hannah Eves.
I am stepping down from my role as Director of the Jubilee Centre and stepping out to pioneer a community of reform around the whole challenge of housing.
We are embodied creatures and we rightly long to interact face-to-face. This God-given longing is a compass to help navigate the deceptive and exploitative redefinition of relationships.
Among the Christian Gen Zs, there is a proactive approach to putting their faith into action, as they believe it to be closely aligned with social justice.
The technology-evangelists’ goal is to provide products and services that are so compelling, easy to access, and intuitive to use that we can’t help but adopt them.
My Apple Watch lights up to pay, and in my pocket, I feel the buzz of my banking app notification: £2.45 debited for a large latte. Beep, the Oyster card taps seamlessly on the Number 36 bus.
His efforts to reform society were driven by a deep faith in Jesus and a commitment to the principles set out in the Sermon on the Mount. By Jacob Dunn.
Sports fans are eager to return to stadiums to watch competitions and events live, but will it be a ‘return to normal’ in terms of the lucrative business of sport? By Leo Orobor.
Let’s not be too quick to consign this tragic and turbulent year to history and take more opportunities to share our faith and hope by contributing to civil society.
This section aims to suggest areas in which we may ask questions about the life of a biographical subject, and some mistakes to avoid in the study of lives. By Jacob Dunn.
In times of struggle, we can look to the lives of those who have gone before us and take courage from the fact that their experiences can mirror our own. By Jacob Dunn.
What makes Christian engagement in it so complicated? Broadly speaking, Christians have held three different views on politics.