Good leadership involves striking a fine balance between listening and doing, working tirelessly and enjoying rest.
The world is a gym, in which we push against anger in order to build muscles of compassion.
We kick off a new series looking at the General Election 2017, sharing different perspectives from SCM members, students, Friends and partner organisations in the build-up to – and in the aftermath of – the vote on 8 June.
When we’re disappointed with the result of an election, how do we carry on building God’s kingdom?
Finding a spiritual home in the Religious Society of Friends.
What’s at stake in the General Election? SCM member James Blackhall gives his take as a Christian and political activist.
SCM General Council member, Simone Ramacci, reflects on International Conscientious Objectors Day and what it means to be peacemakers.
Living a life in all its fullness might just mean the opposite of what we think.
Faith in Action Project Worker, Ruth Wilde, shares her thoughts about the current negotiations at the UN to ban nuclear weapons.
Student outreach, honesty and the common good.