Spirit-oriented, enthusiastic and charismatic

Gowi Odera describes the "triple heritage" that African Christianity offers to the world.

Perceptions of God on an outer urban estate

What are the perceptions of God and the church on an urban outer estate, and what are the implications for mission?

Growing faith: Ethiopian Church Forests

Rachel Summers listens to eco-theology from Ethiopia to inspire mission in East London.

Tragedy, trauma, transformation

Refugees in northern Uganda are seeing how following Jesus makes peace possible

Partnership makes peace possible

Where years of war make it tempting to give up on peace, our local partner Sam Malish explains why he keeps going.

Life on the inside

A prisoner from Brazil shares his story of finding the light and hope of Jesus amid the bleakness of life in prison.

“Does not wisdom call?”: faith learning in practice

Seeking wisdom is at the heart of grassroots learning, say Stan Brown, Graham Jones and Sue Miller

Challenging, noticing and nurturing

James Butler explores insights that put the Spirit’s work and everyday life at the centre of learning and discipleship.

“Looking out for the small things”

Clare Watkins highlights the many ways in which rural churches, though small and fragile, have much to offer.

A secret disciple

The risks of losing job, family and community mean that some choose to keep faith a secret.

Nepal: remote possibilities

When her daughter was healed through the prayers of local Christians, Misha decided to follow Jesus. She now leads a church in her village.

Cleaning up the cleaning sector

Maritza has gone from being treated like a machine to being seen for her worth as a person.