Natalie Williams grew up in relative poverty in the deprived seaside town of Hastings. She became a Christian at 15, which changed her life completely. Natalie has been involved with Jubilee+ since its first year, and took over from founder Martin Charlesworth as Jubilee+ chief executive in April 2021. Natalie is the co-author of four books, including A Call to Act and Invisible Divides. She is passionate about the church being a place of overflowing mercy, especially for those trapped in poverty.
Liz Truss has been confirmed as our new Prime Minister. Natalie Williams is looking for her to carry a ‘holy fire’ in her gut; a combination of compassion and outrage that compels change for those who need it most
Natalie Williams felt challenged to start giving more money away after an audit of her monthly outgoings exposed regular spending on luxuries. Here she explains how being consistently generous to others has freed her from the love of money
Natalie Williams has been the grateful recipient of many a cooked meal over the past 6 weeks. She explains what the experience has taught her about Church, community and herself
As Premier report that 27,000 people are relying on food banks this Christmas, Natalie Williams says we're becoming desensitised to the seriousness of the situation