Forage against the Machine

By Stephen on 2 Oct 2014

Stephen, one of our Faith in Action interns, explores how foraging for food can help relieve pressure on the food retail industry, even in the inner-city.

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Wrestling with Doubt: Why uncertainty can be valuable

By SCM on 29 Sep 2014

Can having questions about God deepen the experience of our faith? For Fiona Haworth, struggling with questions and doubt is a valuable part of her faith – enriching the spaces that lead to a fuller understanding of the world and our identity as Christians.

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Bucket list

By Jacque on 25 Sep 2014
A few months ago I started writing a bucket list. It’s an ongoing task, and I’ve been surprised how much of an impact it’s made on me already. Silly things I want to do at some point, have suddenly jumped the life priority queue, because if I don’t start now, when will I? 'I’d love to learn German someday' turned into an app downloaded (Duolingo if you’re interested) and spending a few minutes a day learning.
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Connecting the Spheres: Life as a Christian International Student

By SCM on 23 Sep 2014

International students cross borders, cultures and boundaries to go to university. Taylor Driggers, an international student who graduated this year, reflects on his experience as a Christian studying abroad.

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Praying Station

By Jacque on 19 Sep 2014

Rooting everything we do in prayer is a simple way to put our faith into action, says Jacque.

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Stephen Talks Bananas: Part Two

By Stephen on 17 Sep 2014

In the second part of Stephen's blog on surplus food, he reflects on bananas, dinner parties, and the global economy.

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Thoughts that resonate (Diversity with division)

By Jacque on 16 Sep 2014

Jacque reflects on why diversity matters and how we can learn from our differences.

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The Theology of Story: Part Two

By Movement Magazine on 15 Sep 2014

Part two of Pádraig Ó Tuama's feature article from Movement magazine issue 147.

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The Theology of Story: Part One

By Movement Magazine on 15 Sep 2014

Pádraig Ó Tuama is a poet and theologian who works in Belfast. He is interested in curry, whiskey, and how storytelling can help groups of people have difficult discussions. His other writings can be found at This article was originally published in Movement magazine issue 147.

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Stephen Talks Bananas: Part One

By Stephen on 11 Sep 2014

In a world of smartphones, are we really that smart? Faith in Action intern Stephen proposes the importance of wisdom in our modern society in the first of a two-part blog about surplus food.

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