This Sacred Life: Humanity’s Place in a Wounded World by Norman Wirzba (Cambridge University Press 2021). Review by Emma Pavey. ******** In his book This Sacred Life, Norman Wirzba seeks to address three questions: where are you, who are you and how should you live? He seeks to consider these alongside each other, a grounded […]
Hopepunk: a reflection on our podcast
Summary of our annual conference
Emma Pavey reviews ‘Open and Relational Leadership’ edited by Roland Hearn, Sheri D. Kling and Thomas Jay Oord
SWF Research Officer Ermal Kirby reflects on how a tragedy might inspire transformative change.
View paintings by Ric Stott which were commissioned for our 2016 conference ‘Migration and Ministry’ “Firas remembers Iraq” Firas served in the army in Iraq for 12 years. He had to leave the country when it became too dangerous to remain. He travelled across Europe – via the camp in Calais – and arrived in […]
In this reflection from the SWF Migration & Ministry conference, minister and not-for-profit practitioner Vaughan Jones presents a practice-oriented and theological reflection on migration, diaspora and ministry.
In this reflection from the SWF Migration & Ministry conference, Tank Green presents her research on Methodist ministers in 1960s London and the lessons for today.