“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.

More than a market

A project to save food waste and serve poor communities has led to changed lives in Brazil.

What happens in a Community Shed?

One member of Carlisle's Community Shed tells Garry Ion their story of new-found confidence and belonging.

The cutting edge

Haircuts and mentoring carved a brighter future with Jesus for one young Honduran drawn into drugs and street life

Making a difference to those on the edge of life

Piriyo, a young man in north east DR Congo, struggled to move around or do much more than sit on a mat outside his hut.

Leveraging indigenous theologies

Paul Ayokunle argues that adopting Indigenous theological perspectives is both necessary and urgent to enable the gospel to flourish

Anaditj: the way things are

Denise Champion contrasts Western ways of viewing reality with those of the traditional inhabitants of Adnyamathanha country, South Australia