Hannah Malcolm is committed to both the Church and climate justice. She is an Anglican ordinand writing her theology PhD on climate grief and the editor of Words for A Dying World. Hannah joins us to unpack lament, climate grief and protecting our mental health. We also speak to Scarlett about navigating low motivation and anxiety...
Erasto, Ugandan climate activist and youth coordinator, mobilises climate action from parliament, churches, and COP26. It’s not too late to make a difference in the climate, but we do need just decisions from our world leaders. It may be a crisis, but it’s not over yet – now is not the time to give up. ...
An encounter in a prison cell changes Josh Green’s trajectory for the future, deciding to commit his life to Christ. Tune in for this live conversation at the Justice Conference On Tour, with bonus content of hearing from Cynan’s embarrassing stories, the We Are Tearfund gatherings and talking justice tools for the kingdom. Josh Green...
Mercy Shibemba discusses the power of activism, building community and playing the long game when seeing change. She demonstrates perseverance, mercy and love in her commitment to seeing the health care sector transformed and speaking the truth. We also chat about the war in Ukraine and how we as Christians can respond to it. Read...
Have any good things come out of the UK Covid-19 pandemic? How about the Young Christian Climate Network’s (YCCN) pilgrimage with over 1,000 walkers to shout about climate justice. Join us as Sarah and Chris share their stories of how the pilgrimage came to be and what’s next for YCCN. Sandeep, Adam and Anna also...
There is no justice without Jesus. Jonathan Tremaine Thomas shares incredible stories of his activism – from standing between police and protestors, releasing peace into new environments and bringing renewal to systems. As founder and CEO of Civil Righteousness, he is a prophetic voice of holiness, truth and love that we all need to hear....
Loving each other as Jesus did involves celebrating our differences. Celia and Maia Webster from Wave for Change share their experience of church and inclusivity and how developing mixed-ability friends gives a taste of heaven on earth community. Join us for our last episode of 2021 as Matt, Adam, and Anna discuss the importance of...
Prayer can often feel like the hardest thing to find time for, yet the most rewarding and powerful. Join us as Grace, a third-year student at Warwick University, shares about how she intercedes for justice and keeps the conversation going with God. James Aladiran, founder & director of Prayer Storm UK, encourages us to stay...
As We Are Tearfund focuses on climate justice this November, Anna interviews Jack Alderson about how becoming a Christian transformed his view of justice. It’s a refreshing take on the Church and Bible’s role to reveal who Jesus is and a reminder that knowing Jesus does make a difference in our lives!  We also get...
As we conclude Black History Month, Matt, Sandeep and Anna chat about how this isn’t the end of the conversation – how celebrating Black history should be our normal. Jordan Christian, a youth pastor from Birmingham City Church, shares his experience in youth work, pursuing racial justice & gives tips on how we can all...

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