David Muir argues for an engaged Christian citizenship and explores the relationship of political culture with the Pentecostal understanding of the Pauline ‘principalities and powers’
Michael Wear, Obama’s faith advisor, says it is essential for people of faith to act together in their diversity, not only to ‘do’ compassion, but also to engage with politics and ‘seek the welfare of the city’
Enabling local leadership brings tangible results when churches help to tackle not only financial poverty, but political and cultural poverty too
As social and political confusion reigns, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks explains what’s going on and what we can do build the Common Good
A priest in Italy wanted to help the homeless and the destitute migrants in his parish. From nothing, a community has been created
Luke Bretherton calls Christians to take up democratic politics as a way of pursuing a common life and fulfilling the call to love our neighbours…
Matt Wilson helps congregations generate practical ways to transform their relationship with money and contribute to the community at the same time.
How are we most likely to achieve social change? Through political campaigning or by finding common ground at local level?
Migration is arguably the most complex issue in the West today. How can we build an immigration system for the Common Good?
As we enter a new era, how should the churches respond? Read our invitation and share your response with us
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