Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017
12 April 2019 - With ongoing Brexit discussions, Stephen Cottrell (Bishop of Chelmsford) calls us to pray for Brexit and gather people for a cup of tea and a chat as we seek to overcome divisions.
Stephen Cottrell
9 April 2019 - Hannah reflects on what it really means when Jesus said "blessed are the meek" following her tweet on the topic going a little bit viral. She looks at why we need meekness among the cultural context of Brexit, homelessness and trolls.
Hannah Ling
29 March 2019 - Church Army Evangelist Nick Russell works across five housing estates in south east London. He writes about his experience of knife crime and youth violence and how the church can respond.
Nick Russell
15 March 2019 - For those of us who don't feel like natural evangelists, Louise knows it can be a bit like taking a brave plunge when sharing faith with friends. She tells us her story of sharing about Ash Wednesday with friends.
Louise Johnson
1 March 2019 - Chris looks at what it really means to be salt and light and live out Matthew 5:13-16. He also invites you to join the Being Salt and Light community this Lent.
22 February 2019 - Steve reflects upon direction, calling and stepping out drawing on the image of footprints in the sand, mud or snow. He asks the question: do know where our path is and do we dare to take a path different from those made by others?
Steve Simmonds
8 February 2019 - J.John looks at the troubling political context and issues, like Brexit, and suggests that as Christians we should respond with hope, engagement and be an outward looking Church.
25 January 2019 - Isaac Hanna shares on how speaking blessing over our friends and cities can bring transformation and result in us wearing God's name as well.
Isaac Hanna
11 January 2019 - Mike looks at the power and significance of Hope, and helps us to explore how we can carry hope with us in our everyday lives, and even pass it on.
Mike Starkey
21 December 2018 - Annie reflects on what Jesus’ coming into the world teaches us about presence, and how Jesus is the presence of the Father.
Annie O'Connor
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Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017