Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017
So much of our lives have been impacted by COVID-19. In all that's changed, it's good to know Church Army is not standing still. Whilst we keeping moving forward, it's important that as individuals we take time to be still with God.
Paul Critchlow
Environmentalism, creation care, being eco-friendly... Steve explains why evangelism and mission are linked to caring for the planet.
Steve Hollinghurst
Emma had gone from confident and bubbly, to quiet and withdrawn with little sense of self-worth. God used Xplore to help Emma find a new Christian community of friends, to reignite her faith, and to find herself.
Emma Taylor
Andrena shares her a little bit of her personal experience of how racism has affected her during her time in Christian ministry.
Andrena Palmer
Or: How to get rich in heaven using this one weird trick from the Bible!
T. Greene
Chris caught up with Jude, Church Army's new Director of Ministry and Community Leader, to hear who she is and what her vision for this new role is.
Chris Hardy
Isaac shares how art is a powerful device for the Church to explore questions, express meaning, and worship, but believes we aren't utilising this fully due to our scepticism.
Isaac Stovell
Hannah's ministry normally involves lots of tea and chats. The COVID-19 pandemic has stopped face-to-face meetings, but the need to talk remains. Hannah shares how she's keeping in touch with people who have poor or no internet.
Hannah Seal
For Mental Health Awareness Week, Will shares his top 10 tips on how to look after our mental health during this unprecedented time.
Will Lee
We'd all made plans... and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit! Mike describes how he feels like a tsunami has upturned our lifeboats, but how he's come to realise God hasn't cancelled His plans during this time.
Mike Dare
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Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017