Filtered by: Church <Back to previous page Bible study: A family for ex-offendersPastor Joel Rosales Matute from Honduras explores how the church can welcome and support ex-offenders. Bible study: Breaking down barriersWhat are the barriers faced by people with disabilities in church? Crime prevention in HondurasThe story of a church in Honduras that dramatically reduced the violence in its community. Faith communities and mental healthReligious or spiritual leaders are often the first people individuals turn to in times of personal crisis. Faith, the church and health careDr Ted Lankester, co-founder of InterHealth, shares his insights on the relationship between faith and health care. How big is your gospel?In 2013 I wrote about an encounter in Thailand with a sex worker while I was at a conference for pioneer missionaries. It went like this: Humility and development workHuman beings seem to love a plan. In fact, the more educated, rich and powerful human beings get, the more we love a plan. And we especially love a… Interview: I am not sickDr Kamba speaks about how God’s love changed her life Introducing ‘Thinking Theology’As we host this blog, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to find material and resources that will be helpful to you. One of the ways that… Room for everyone: inclusive churchIdeas to help our church communities become more welcoming and inclusive Saving lives through churches in NepalRescue Network Nepal has trained more than 2,000 church volunteers in life-saving first aid techniques. The kids’ club that dares to hope in Rio’s ‘stinking’ marginsRio de Janeiro is South America’s third largest urban area but perhaps its most recognisable. The Christ the Redeemer statue that watches over the… Using your church building for health careOur church buildings are a great resource for spreading health messages. Here are some ideas... Why my church is involved with businessPastor Roy Soto from Costa Rica shares how an earthquake prompted his church to get involved in business.