Should we only fund churches in deprived communities?

Like the railways, some churches will need subsidising in perpetuity

Yesterday, The Times (paywall) reported that the railways might well need to be subsidised “in perpetuity”. Richard Hughes, chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility,

If you really want to know, come and see

One of the best ways to get a feel for any mission work is simply to go and see it for yourself. I was reflecting

What the Saudi takeover at Newcastle has to say to the church

Newcastle United have just agreed to a take-over deal that is backed with money, predominantly, from the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund (PIF). The Times

Churches in deprived communities need more than the emotional reponse of a moment

I saw this video the other day on BBC News. I’ve also seen one or two sharing it on social media. Do watch it through.

Budgeting for the poor tends to mean living by bread alone

A couple of days ago, you may have seen that Marcus Rashford was pushing his extend school meals to the holidays campaign. You may also

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