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Economic Ethics

Economic Ethics

Last week we carried on studying biblical economic justice, this time turning to the New Testament. We looked at three passages: God and Money First we read the famous words of Jesus, “No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or...

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Economic Ethics

Economic Ethics

Last week we carried on studying biblical economic justice, this time turning to the New Testament. We looked at three passages: God and Money First we read the famous words of Jesus, “No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or...

Economic Justice

Economic Justice

What decisions would God make to create economic justice if He were Chancellor of the Exchequer? How would He set taxation and interest rates, or any other economic rules, in order to create a national economy that balances wealth creation and justice? It’s not such a...

Value Your Story

Value Your Story

In the past there were no private insurance policies, hospitals, and state-funded medical help. Sickness and poverty followed each other in a downward spiral from which no return was possible. The story of the woman with a haemorrhage of blood happens right in the...

Sanctuary Vision 2019/20

Sanctuary Vision 2019/20

There’s a phrase we’ve started to use to describe ourselves at Sanctuary. When asked who we are and what do we do, we respond with… We’re a young adult community exploring spirituality, justice and leadership in central London. But how do we break that down further?...

Redemptive Violence

Redemptive Violence

The foundational story upon which all Western culture is based is the myth of redemptive violence. So says Walter Wink, an American twentieth century theologian and sociologist, and I find myself becoming more and more inclined to agree with him. The myth of...

Five Ways to Help the Homeless

Five Ways to Help the Homeless

Here’s some ideas on how you can help the homeless in London. Did you know that many famous people have spent time homeless, living either directly on the streets or sofa-surfing between friends’ couches, because they had nowhere else to go? Daniel Craig, Idris Elba,...

Tax Justice

Tax Justice

by Anthony Boateng Tax Justice is all about ways of making the global economy fairer for the poorest. Church Action for Tax Justice is an ecumenical, campaigning organisation which believes that Christians as individuals and churches should challenge the injustices...

Human Rights in China

Human Rights in China

We explore human rights in China. Which human rights does China respect, but which are considered less important, and subservient to harmony in Chinese society?

Being Spirit-led and Having Humility

Being Spirit-led and Having Humility

Being Spirit-led and having humility are two of the fundamental ways in which we should exercise leadership.   The Problem of Pride Following a proud leader can make us feel frustrated and stifled. However, the problem of pride has a wider impact. Pride causes us...

Jesus’ Values in Leadership

Jesus’ Values in Leadership

What makes a good leader? You may think of organisation skills, charisma, a good vocabulary for rousing speeches and being willing to go into unchartered territories... These all can contribute to the effectiveness of a leader, but a leader's motivation is their...

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