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Hearing God’s call… in retirement and beyond

In advance of the UN International Day of Older Persons we hear about older members of the Anna Chaplaincy network who have responded to God’s call in later lives themselves...

Hearing God’s call… to nurture children’s spirituality

In the first of our new series of articles on hearing God’s call, Bill Lattimer, principal of The Douglas Trust, tells us why Parenting for Faith is so important to the Trust and why supporting it is a response to God’s call...

The season of creation

To mark the beginning of Creationtide, BRF author Michael Mitton has written a special reflection on the Celtic Christian understanding of the sacred nature of creation...

Getting involved: Parenting for Faith

In the last of our articles on getting involved with BRF and its ministries, Emma Olorenshaw, from the Parenting for Faith speakers team, talks about her role...

Getting involved: Holy Habits

In our latest article on getting involved with BRF and its ministries, Andrew Humphries, communications officer in the Uniting Church of Australia, describes how people as far away as Melbourne are ‘getting involved’ with Holy Habits...

Getting involved: Messy Church

In the third article in our series on getting involved with BRF and its ministries, Linda Galpin writes about her commitment to Messy Church...

Getting involved: Living Faith

In the second of our articles on how to get involved with the work of BRF, subscriber and group leader Graham Shaw explains how lockdown led to a group of BRF readers in Keynsham coming together online to share readings from New Daylight...

Getting involved: Anna Chaplaincy

In the first of a new series of articles about people who have got involved with BRF, Anna Chaplain Mary Priestley explains why she finds her role so rewarding...

A beautiful world that speaks of its creator

Martin Beek, whose striking landscapes decorate the recently published Green Reflections, explores the interplay between his sense of God’s creation and his work as an artist...

What has environmentalism got to do with church?

Why does church need to engage with care for the environment? Lucy Moore, founder of Messy Church, explains why this innovative ministry sees it as an opportunity to express its key values of creativity, celebration, Christ-centredness, hospitality and including all ages…