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In today's reflection, Gill Dascombe, Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, reflects on where the Word of God should be housed
Our alternative Christmas gifts help bring cheer to children we support.
As the weather outside seems to close in and draw us towards the shortest day of the year, the darkness offers little consolation. As we wait for the light to come, Katherine reflects on Isaiah 40.1-11.
Today our Advent reflection is on The Adoration of Kings by Sandro Botticelli.
Continuing this week’s focus on Isaiah 40, today’s video calls us to sharpen and adjust our perspective in order to fully capture God’s ambition for us and for those most at need this Christmas
Today Krish Kandiah opens up Isaiah 40.1-11 and invites us to reflect on fleeting ambitions that we so often chase, ambitions that are here today and gone tomorrow.
Are you too busy to read this today? Certain that you are the most busy person around? Just for a minute, Simon Parke helps us to look beyond that certainty.
Our IT intern Abida shares her favourite things about her internship, and how it led to her first job
We respond to a report for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Victims and Witnesses of Crime.
As we move through the second week of Advent, Teresa Pearce MP focuses on the message of Isaiah to remind us to think big about how we can help the most vulnerable children.