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Missionaries: are you ready for a new year?

By Fiona Mearns | 23 January 2018

A new year – a new start.  New Year’s Resolutions are all very well but they tend not to last.  What we can be sure of is that we worship a God of new starts and of fresh beginnings so now might be the time to apply some fresh thinking to your ministry at the start of 2018.


Saving Christians in the Name of Islam

By Craig Borlase | 13 June 2017 | Comments (1)

In the wake of three terror attacks in as many months, it is inevitable that we are asking some hard questions of our leaders. It is not just the politicians who must search for answers. As Christians living in an age of religion-motivated terror, have our attitudes towards Muslims changed? Are we tempted to back away from them, or do we feel compelled to engage?


If You Knew The Gift of God...

By Steve Pierce | 15 November 2016 | Comments (1)

When Queen Victoria was staying at Balmoral the story goes that she was caught in the rain when walking and called at a cottage to borrow an umbrella. An irritated cottager, not recognising her caller offered a tatty umbrella. The next day a coachman returned the umbrella with her Majesty’s thanks. As he left he heard the cottager say, “If I had known who she was she could have had my best umbrella!”


Could You Live By Faith? Inspiring Stories of Those Who Trusted God With Everything

By Heather Tomlinson | 15 November 2016 | Comments (7)

Throughout Christian history many people have given up stable sources of income to go headlong into a new adventure with God, just because they believed that He asked them to.


Stewardship's Mortgage Service for Churches & Christian Charities

By John Keskeys | 14 September 2016

Mortgages for churches and Christian Projects with Stewardship

To most people Stewardship is all about giving.  After all, for most of our clients that’s how they know us.  Our giving account is a large part of what we do and inspiring generosity is what makes us tick.   At a quick glance it might seem that’s what we’re all about but look a bit further and you’ll see there’s more to us than meets the eye.


how do I choose which charitable cause to support?

By Bethan Walker | 27 June 2014 | Comments (8)

Take a look at our six tips to consider when deciding which charitable cause to support.


One van. Two years. Every uni location in the UK.

By Alexandra Khan | 26 October 2013

Fusion Road Trip

Over the next two years, Fusion are hoping to visit every university location in the UK to help equip the local churches to be spectacular with students. And they’re doing it in an iconic VW camper van.


Place your life before God

By Jo Ratnarajah | 25 October 2013

Romans 12:1 (The Message) Place your life before God So here’s what I want you to do, God helping you: Take your everyday, ordinary life—your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life—and place it before God as an offering…


the generosity of Prince George

By Daniel Jones | 23 October 2013

The generosity of Prince George

Family occasions do seem to bring out the worst in us when it comes to gift buying.

And today, as Prince George is christened, we’re sure to bear witness to some of the most extraordinary and peculiar gifts of all (what does a young prince do with a wild flower meadow in the Transylvanian hills?).