Church Action on Poverty
As church leaders prepare their sermons and talks for Christmas, Church Action on Poverty is encouraging them to reflect on what the Christmas story tells us about poverty and inequality.
This Christmas, the church must speak out about the gap between rich and poor.
David Price, the chair of our local group in Sheffield, has written this special briefing, which we have sent to many of the UK’s church leaders:
Christmas is a time when church leaders recommend books which they have found compelling in the previous year. These are usually books about the Christian faith, about religious devotion or about saints of the church.
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Representatives of 192 nations face something irreversible in Copenhagen: the Earth has already warmed excessively, due to our manner of production, of consumption and of treating nature. We can only adapt ourselves to the changes and mitigate their perverse effects.
Continue reading What is at stake in Copenhagen
Video- Robert Mugabe: “The party is fighting itself, it’s eating itself up”
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has hit out at members of his own party for weakening their rule over the country.
Zanu-PF has been forced to share power with the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) after disputed polls last year.
Continue reading Zimbabwe – Mugabe anger at Zanu-PF fighting