Blogs

The Theology of Trauma

By SCM on 7 Apr 2020

Kristy explores the theology of trauma.

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Annual General Meeting 2020

By SCM on 6 Apr 2020

The Annual General Meeting for the Student Christian Movement happened on Sunday 8th March 2020 at the Pioneer Centre near Kidderminster as part of the 'Known By Name' National Gathering. 

Reports on the last year were recieved from General Council and the staff team in a range of formats, including a quiz, a game of hide and seek and an acrostic poem!

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Be still

By SCM on 6 Apr 2020

Shaina shares how she has been challenged to be still and focus on God, and how even just the act of trying can yield results. 

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The Great Lent Journey

By Ruth N on 2 Apr 2020

Yordanos explores the Great Lent in the Eritrean Orthodox tradition.

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Renewed and Rebellious: What I Learned from JPIT’s 2020 Conference

By SCM on 26 Mar 2020

'On Saturday 7th March, I went to JPIT’s national conference in Derby. The conference’s title, “Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate” could not have been more relevant to the issues we are currently facing as a community, country and world. So, I expected good things. It’s fair to say that I was not disappointed!'

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Small is Beautiful: Reconsidering Economics

By Emma on 26 Mar 2020

Emma helps us get our priorities straight when it comes to money.

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SCM: Our Response to COVID-19

By SCM on 24 Mar 2020

Naomi and Tom outline SCM's response to the current global pandemic.

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130th Anniversary Celebration Sermon

By SCM on 18 Mar 2020

Elaine Graham's address from SCM's 130th Anniversary Celebration Service at Coventry Cathedral.

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A Day in the Life

By Rach Collins on 18 Mar 2020

Rach gives us an insight into a day in the life of a regional development worker!

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Resources for Worried People

By Ruth N on 17 Mar 2020

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and anxious in these uncertain times, as many of us are, we hope this collection of prayers and spiritual resources will be of some comfort.

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