Finding Unity in a Polarized World, by Bob Sorge
Our world is polarized socially, especially along political lines. When people in the world are nasty to each other, we Christians are not all that surprised; what’s disturbing, however, is that our culture’s polarization is surfacing in the church and producing strife and division among followers of Jesus.
Evangelicals and No 10: ‘From finger-waggers to life-changers’
An article by Tim Wyatt for the Religion Media Centre.
A podcast for FaithAction hosted by Daniel Singleton.
- Daniel speaks with Dr David Landrum, Director of Advocacy with the Evangelical Alliance, about finding faith and the role of faith communities in a post-COVID society.
- Daniel speaks with Mike Stevens on how faith has shaped his life, from a 14-year career in the British Special Forces, to his current role training people across the world to “jump into the opportunities of life”.
- Daniel speaks with Andy Street, chair of several charities and social enterprises in Bristol, on his faith and ‘joining the dots’ between faith groups, charities, businesses, and government across the city.
- Daniel speaks with Prof. Karise Hutchinson, Provost of the Coleraine campus of Ulster University, about leadership in a time of crisis. She shares her reflections on faith and her sense of hope for recovery in the UK after the current crisis.