How do our ideas about faith speak to our lived experience in communities? How do we reconcile our desire to respond with the sense that some global problems seem too big to solve? In this issue we explore how we see the detail of our communities, the small and big ways in which we are working together to bring hope, light, and love.
Mariama Ifode-Blease considers how the holy family's flight to
Egypt speaks to us today
Ben Pink Dandelion reflects on life as a Quaker, and how it
challenges and affirms
Patricia O'Neill examines the work and impact of the Oxford Food
Bank during the festive season
This, the third in a series written by Methodist local preacher
Peter Goodfellow, is a delightful and well-researched account of
the natural history of the Holy Land...
On picking up this book, I made the assumption that it would be
about an individual's spiritual journey. In reality, it has a far
This book is Gooder's first historical narrative story, set in
first century Rome amongst the Christian community, which lived
side by side with the society of that time...
Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy, often known as 'Woodbine
Willie' because of the way he distributed cigarettes along with New
Testaments to the troops, was one of the most famous chaplains and
poets of the First World War...