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Caterpillars or butterflies?

In the second of our two articles on hope and justice in a broken world, Michele D. Morrison asks a question of us all…

Hope in a broken world

In the first of two articles linking the themes of hope and justice in a post-Covid world, BRF author Ian Cowley offers a South African perspective...

Crisis in Ukraine

In the light of current events in Ukraine, David Kerrigan, author of Prince of Peace in a World of Wars, reflects on how Christians might respond to such shocking and alarming events… (photo: OSCE, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

The power of story

Regular visitors to this site will know that the theme of BRF’s centenary year is ‘Sharing the story’. Now, in the last of our articles connected with BRF’s appearance on BBC One’s Songs of Praise, we meet the programme researcher, Sam Lumley...

New Daylight on Songs of Praise

In the latest of our articles linked to BRF’s appearance on BBC One’s Songs of Praise, Amy Boucher Pye writes about the impact BRF’s daily Bible reading notes can have on the lives of individuals...

Messy Church and Songs of Praise

In the latest article linked to BRF’s appearance on BBC One’s Songs of Praise, Aike Kennett-Brown, the new lead for Messy Church, explains why the Bible is central to the Messy Church ministry...

Anna Chaplains celebrated in Songs of Praise

Last week’s edition of Songs of Praise highlighted a number of BRF’s ministries, including the rapidly growing work of Anna Chaplaincy. In this article, Anna Chaplaincy founder Debbie Thrower writes about the exciting opportunities ahead...

Songs of Praise: The power of the Bible

Richard Fisher, chief executive of BRF, explains the ‘God-incidence’ behind a special edition of BBC Songs of Praise...

Celebrating our centenary

In our second article focusing on BRF’s centenary celebrations, Olivia Warburton introduces our centenary video…

God somehow makes it work

As she takes her leave from BRF, Lucy Moore, the founder and pioneer of Messy Church, reflects on the past two decades...