Where mercy and justice meet
The next generation
The next generation
If Brexit showed us anything, it is that an overwhelming amount of young people wanted to remain as part of the EU...
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May
26
2017
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
The Sidelined
The Sidelined
As a result of Brexit, there are many people feeling disempowered. Whether they feel unheard or just angry at the situation, the outcome of disempowerment is the same...
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May
19
2017
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
The 'sidelined' culture
The 'sidelined' culture
This is the first post in a series of blogs about Brexit by guest contributor Edd Graham-Hyde. (More about Edd below.) In this post, he offers an explanation about some of the socio-economic background issues that led to, and will continue after, Brexit...
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May
16
2017
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
Who will you vote for?
Who will you vote for?
The General Election takes place four weeks today. 'Who will you vote for?' is a fair question, but it is not the right question...
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May
11
2017
Author
Simon Elliott
Calling 21st century Luthers
Calling 21st century Luthers
In 1517 Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to a church door, and the course of history began to change. Fast forward 500 years, and ask yourself what he would have written today. Or perhaps – what would you write today?
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March
27
2017
Author
Andy McWilliam
The gift of a warm welcome
The gift of a warm welcome
Looking at the news, it can feel that the refugee crisis is an overwhelming problem. When we read these often harrowing stories alongside the Bible, it can be difficult to know how to respond...
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March
01
2017
Author
Emily Holden

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