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2022-11-27T13:16:00+00:00By Chine McDonald
Around the Christmas dinner table, millions of families will be gathered across generations. It’s one of the things that makes this time of year so special. The great-grandfathers and great-grandmothers, the matriarchs and patriarchs who have seen many festive seasons come and go, tucking into Christmas dinner alongside newborn babies.
2022-11-25T17:44:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
It is one of my earliest childhood memories. I am probably not more than two or three and there is music playing on the radio. Suddenly my dad picks me up, gently wraps his arms around me, and begins to slowly dance with me. I can still feel the warmth ...
2022-11-24T15:22:00+00:00By George Pitcher
As Germany posed for a team photo, they placed their hands over their mouth in protest against FIFA’s sanctions of the One Love armband. George Pitcher ponders the power of silent protest
2022-11-24T09:29:00+00:00By David Instone-Brewer
Most churches in the world today preach that homosexuality is a sin, citing biblical references to support their case. But what if the word “homosexual” was added to the Bible by mistake? That’s the claim of a new documentary film, 1946. Premier Christianity’s resident Bible scholar, David Instone Brewer, went to see it
2022-11-23T10:53:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
We are all made in God’s image, says Tim Farron. Taking good care of the most vulnerable in our society is a fundamental part of what it means to follow Jesus
2022-11-18T09:48:00+00:00By George Pitcher
If supporting Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression is just, Christians must also back an adequately-funded military, argues George Pitcher.
2022-11-16T07:54:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
By showing that he can brave the insects and the ick factor, Matt Hancock is hoping to rehabilitate himself in the eyes of the nation. But even if he wins I’m a Celeb, will the public penance really offer him the release that he is seeking? And what happens if he doesn’t?
2022-11-14T12:35:00+00:00By Joseph D'Souza
Despite persecution by extremist Hindu factions, there is a revival happening among India’s Sikh community in the Punjab that is now attracting the attention of the national media. You can’t stop the work of the Holy Spirit says Bishop Joseph D’Souza
2022-11-09T15:50:00+00:00By George Pitcher
But the Church would do well to consider blessing same-sex partnerships – the distinction is an important one, says Rev George Pitcher
2022-11-03T11:33:00+00:00By George Pitcher
Matt Hancock’s decision to appear on reality TV show I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! is a classic sign of a midlife crisis, says Rev George Pitcher - something vicars are well used to dealing with. Here’s his advice to the former health secretary
2022-11-02T11:44:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
My landing on Planet Church in 1975 was not without turbulence. Those Christian people seemed very strange. But I am so grateful for the local church that welcomed me in as a brand-new Christian.
2022-11-01T20:46:00+00:00By Sam Hailes
Sentenced to death for a crime he didn’t commit, Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years inside an Alabamian prison waiting to be executed
2022-11-01T20:27:00+00:00By Chine McDonald
A few days ago, I was sat in a coffee shop with my four-month-old son. The coffee was getting colder and colder as I bounced my baby up and down on my knee, patted his back and tried to feed him or just distract him from crying.
2022-11-01T20:20:00+00:00By Sam Hailes
The GB News presenter says ordination in the Church of England was “snatched away” from him because of his conservative views
2022-11-01T11:55:00+00:00By Joseph D'Souza, Good Shepherd Church of India
In a complex and diverse world, Bishop Joseph D’Souza makes a case for tolerance, understanding and freedom of religious expression for all
2022-10-27T11:28:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Our traditional understanding of Jesus’ parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector is that of the humble being exalted, and the exalted being humbled. But what might it teach us about taxes, tithing and our new Prime Minister’s economic policy?
2022-10-27T10:23:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
The chart topping rapper is hosting Bible studies in his home, rediscovering the power of grace and praying that God will bring him a wife. Sam Hailes reports
2022-10-24T09:50:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Jesus warned us that “those who exalt themselves will be humbled”, says Tim Farron MP, as he recaps a tumultuous week in politics and argues that if service is beneath a politician, then leadership should be too
2022-10-21T15:04:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
Ahead of the launch of Season 3 of the largest crowdfunded TV show of all time, our editor was invited to Texas to meet the cast and crew of The Chosen. Here’s what he discovered
2022-10-20T10:19:00+01:00By George Pitcher
In protesting against the death of Mahsa Amini, women and girls in Iran are showing breathtaking courage. So why have we in the West been so lukewarm in our condemnation of Iranian violence against women, asks George Pitcher?
2022-10-13T08:44:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Much like our current leaders, Israel’s King Ahab preferred advisors to echo his own opinions rather than give him godly challenge. Now, like then, it’s likely to end in disaster, warns George Pitcher
2022-10-06T09:36:00+01:00By George Pitcher
It’s mildly amusing to watch clerics trying to express how much they despise each other’s tribes while using the vocabulary of Christian love, says George Pitcher
2022-09-29T13:24:00+01:00By George Pitcher
The UK government have been warned that their economic policy favours the rich. The IMF are not divine, says George Pitcher, but their words witness to gospel values
2022-09-29T12:02:00+01:00By Charlotte Gambill
Conflict is inevitable when we are leading people.
2022-09-29T11:57:00+01:00By David Instone-Brewer
In exploring why God changed the name of key biblical characters, David Instone-Brewer wonders whether it might be time for modern Christians to drop the ‘Evangelical’ label
2022-09-27T10:52:00+01:00By Chris Llewellyn, Rend Collective
A mature faith neither glosses over the glaring problems in our movement, nor abandons it in its time of need, says Rend Collective’s Chris Llewellyn
2022-09-16T08:47:00+01:00By George Pitcher
The function of the funeral is as vital to state as it is to the individual, says George Pitcher. Here’s how it helps us in our grief
2022-09-13T15:29:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
The vast majority of Brits are uncomfortable with talking about death. Chine McDonald wonders if the pandemic coupled with the death of our Monarch might change that
2022-09-13T14:19:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
The Queen was never shy about sharing her faith, says former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, and this is why her wise counsel was so vital for Britain’s political leaders
2022-09-09T13:45:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Though she lived an intensely public life, the Queen had a deeply private faith. And through it, she modelled the classic Christian virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude and temperance. We would do well to follow her example, says George Pitcher
2022-09-09T13:17:00+01:00By NT Wright
The former Bishop of Durham recalls being invited to spend a weekend with Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh in Sandringham
2022-09-09T08:56:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas shares a story from his childhood, when he attempted to interrupt the Queen’s official birthday celebrations
2022-09-08T10:46:00+01:00By George Pitcher
George Pitcher makes an impassioned plea for all Christians to own the sins of our collective past
2022-09-05T13:40:00+01:00By Joseph D'Souza
Christians need to understand that sloganeering such as “reaching unreached people groups” is deeply problematic, says Bishop Joseph D’Souza
2022-09-02T18:32:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
The James Webb telescope is sending back unprecedented images, including of a planet beyond our solar system. It's hoped the $10bn project will shed light on the origins of the universe, and perhaps even the search for alien life. Chris Goswami speaks to Christian astronomers to find out how they're interpreting the images, and why they see no contradiction between science and their faith
2022-09-01T08:56:00+01:00By George Pitcher
How are you preparing for the coming recession?
2022-08-30T10:11:00+01:00By Chris Llewellyn, Rend Collective
I started playing guitar because of that scene from Back to the Future. Any child of the 1980s knows immediately what I’m talking about: Marty McFly’s blistering ‘Johnny B Goode’ solo. As I watched it, my jaw hit the floor.
2022-08-30T08:20:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
For much of last year, the lightbox in my office displayed the words: “All shall be well.” The full quote from Julian of Norwich reads: “All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well”; the repetition resonant of the constant and regular ...
2022-08-25T15:13:00+01:00By George Pitcher
What does Christian hope look like in the aftermath of this unspeakable tragedy, wonders George Pitcher
2022-08-19T11:06:00+01:00By George Pitcher
The stabbing of the author of The Satanic Verses and an old college photo of assassinated Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, reminds George Pitcher that living self-sacrificially is a key tenet of the Christian faith
2022-08-11T11:20:00+01:00By George Pitcher
The way the Christian Legal Centre handled the tragic case of Archie Battersbee was an insult to palliative care and end-of-life professionals, argues George Pitcher
2022-08-04T10:26:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
Having lost his husband David to alcoholic liver disease, Rev Richard Coles is set to explore grief in a new Channel 4 documentary. He tells Sam Hailes that bereavement never caused him to doubt his faith and argues it's a mistake to hold funerals that celebrate a person's life
2022-08-03T15:59:00+01:00By George Pitcher
The pure joy seen in the Lionesses’ celebrations during Euro 2022 echoes the gender-equality joy that runs through the gospels, says George Pitcher - if only we are looking for it
2022-07-29T15:03:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas takes another look at Philippians 4:13
2022-07-29T14:45:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
The number of well-known evangelical pastors exposed for committing ministry-ending sins has reached such a level that entire books are now being written on the subject. Here’s our review of Katelyn Beaty’s offering, Celebrities for Jesus
2022-07-29T14:32:00+01:00By Charlotte Gambill
When it comes to ministry, we need to ditch the single-rider option, says Charlotte Gambill
2022-07-29T14:21:00+01:00By David Instone-Brewer
Is it true that God has no favourites? David Instone-Brewer investigates
2022-07-29T10:34:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
Wonderfully told Bible stories laid the foundation for Chine McDonald’s decision to become a Christian. She says the Church needs to find innovative ways to engage the next generation in the richness of our faith
2022-07-29T10:24:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
The British-Ghanaian entrepreneur explains how his faith inspired him to build a £1m watch company
2022-07-27T15:04:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Even before Anglican bishops gathered for this week’s long-anticipated Lambeth Conference, the topic of sexuality threatened to dominate proceedings. By failing to recognise the distinction between relationships and marriage, George Pitcher argues the Church of England has got itself into a mess over the issue
2022-07-22T12:48:00+01:00By George Pitcher
God doesn’t seem to be so interested in our modern concepts of democracy, observes George Pitcher
2022-07-20T10:34:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Praying for those in authority should not be seen as a last resort but an urgent imperative – especially in times of change, says Tim Farron
2022-07-13T11:31:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Rev Les Isaac, founder of Street Pastors UK, speaks to Tim Farron about his sermon, which appeared to inspire ex-health secretary, Sajid Javid, to quit the government
2022-07-07T15:49:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
There are few things that say church and community more than a meal train. If you’ve not heard of it, it’s the practice of providing a rota of meals for church members who are going through a major life occurrence.
2022-07-07T12:10:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
Hours after Andy Flannagan led parliamentarians in singing about integrity, truth and justice, a spate of government ministerial resignations took place, with Sajid Javid referencing the prayer breakfast in his speech. As Boris Johnson confirms he will stand down this autumn, Sam Hailes speaks to Flannagan, who also heads Christians in Politics, to ask what we should make of claims that a prayer meeting led to the highest number of ministerial resignations in history.
2022-07-06T14:54:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Political leaders have too often worshiped at the altars of selfhood and individualism, but this week’s ministerial resignations show a longing for integrity at the heart of our democracy, says Rev George Pitcher
2022-07-05T12:57:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Opinions are more polarised than ever and scandals have made many feel disinterested in politics. That’s why it’s more important than ever to come together in unity and listen well, says Tim Farron
2022-07-03T14:22:00+01:00By RT Kendall
The temptation to seek affirmation from people rather than God will send you down an unfruitful path, warns RT Kendall
2022-07-03T09:13:00+01:00By Lois Tverberg
When read in their cultural contexts, Jesus’ responses to the Jewish teachers look far less harsh than what many have assumed, says Lois Tverberg
2022-07-03T08:39:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
In this exclusive interview, the British-Nigerian novelist opens up about the unexpected conviction for money laundering which radically changed her theology and how the love and support of her church family helped keep her faith alive while her husband was in prison
2022-07-02T13:30:00+01:00By Chris Llewellyn, Rend Collective
Rend Collective frontman Chris Llewellyn confesses he still isn’t entirely comfortable with the commercial side of his ministry
2022-07-02T13:06:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas had to quietly control the urge to weep when his farmer friend asked him to help castrate a bull. Here’s what it taught him about perspective.
2022-06-30T10:03:00+01:00By Joseph D'Souza
Britain cannot ignore its Christian roots. It must handle the complex problem of illegal immigration in a more humane way, argues Bishop Joseph D’Souza
2022-06-22T18:04:00+01:00By George Pitcher
The Levelling Up secretary recently said the government can’t help everyone struggling with the cost of living crisis. Rev George Pitcher asks: why not?
2022-06-17T15:56:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Far from being contrary to his position, speaking out about Rwanda is the future king’s moral and religious imperative, says George Pitcher. And it would be a dereliction of his Christian duty not to do so
2022-06-13T14:19:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
New BBC documentary Two Daughters follows Mina Smallman, an Anglican Priest whose daughters were stabbed to death in a London park. How did she find the strength to forgive?
2022-06-10T09:49:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Boris Johnson was given self-condemnatory words from the most powerful book in the world, says George Pitcher, as he suggests some other verses for former prime ministers to examine
2022-06-01T14:40:00+01:00By George Pitcher
As we prepare to celebrate 70 years since Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne, Rev George Pitcher points out the parallels between the Defender of the Faith and the King of Kings
2022-06-01T12:41:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
At its best, this three-part documentary on Hillsong Church exposes serious wrongdoing that should bring about repentance, reflection and change. But in dipping into sensationalism and dialling the cynicism up to 11, it becomes its own undoing, says Sam Hailes
2022-05-30T15:01:00+01:00By Charlotte Gambill
A few years ago, I went on a skiing trip. Everyone in the group was much more experienced than me. After a few days, it became apparent that I was holding the group back. One afternoon, I encouraged them to head off to more testing slopes while I ventured out ...
2022-05-26T13:06:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Australia’s recent election results are a good reminder that whatever side we’re on, Christians must respect authority while working for the common good and demanding high standards from those in leadership
2022-05-25T15:45:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Jesus drank with sinners and outcasts. The image of our Prime Minister raising a glass at a Number 10 party during the pandemic reeks of self-entitlement and worldly power, says Rev George Pitcher
2022-05-23T16:21:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
Professor Robert Beckford’s new documentary looks at how the UK Church developed a whole theology in support of slavery from one verse in Genesis. What happened next and where we go from here is well worth an hour of your time, says Chris Goswami
2022-05-20T09:02:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Food policy and Christian ministry are indistinguishable, says Rev George Pitcher. That’s why addressing the fat of the land should exercise those who follow Christ’s teaching
2022-05-12T11:55:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Boris Johnson and Priti Patel are commodifying refugees for personal political survival and it’s an abomination, says Rev George Pitcher
2022-05-05T14:30:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
The controversial commentator speaks to Tim Farron about his journey from atheism to Christianity, and why Christian politicians should expect to be reviled by their colleagues
2022-05-05T09:04:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Christians may prefer not to engage in complex and divisive debates about abortion, but there are too many lives at stake not to take a position, says Rev George Pitcher
2022-05-04T10:04:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
The corridors of Westminster, and some of our churches, may seem reminiscent of a soap opera. But when Christians are tempted to gloat, we must take a look at our motives, says Jeff Lucas
2022-04-27T14:31:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Last week’s debate on whether Boris Johnson should be investigated for lying included more Bible references and Christian language than Tim Farron recalls hearing in the House of Commons for a long time. On issues of morality, we are still deeply shaped by Christian values, he says
2022-04-26T16:03:00+01:00By Chris Llewellyn, Rend Collective
Imagine this being spoken in the cowboy drawl of a Texan church employee and it gets a whole lot better: “Well here’s the thing about church. It’s like Noah’s ark. It’s a mess. There are animals everywhere, doing their business, and it kinda stinks a lot of the time. But ...
2022-04-26T15:50:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
Bitcoin is here to stay – but what exactly is it? How does it work? And should Christians invest?
2022-04-26T15:11:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
This anthropological study from Dr Katie Gaddini delves into the lives of evangelical Christian women in the US and the UK who find themselves on the fringes of their church traditions, and includes Dr Gaddini’s own journey out of evangelicalism. The book explains how women end up leaving when patriarchy, ...
2022-04-26T14:11:00+01:00By NT Wright
Q: I’ve got a deep regard for the Sermon on the Mount but I’ve always been bothered by Matthew 6:15: “But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.” Likewise, the Lord’s Prayer says: “Forgive us our sins, as we forgive those who ...
2022-04-26T13:52:00+01:00By Lois Tverberg
In explaining the connection between the Old and New Testaments, Lois Tverberg unpacks why the resurrection of Jesus really does change everything
2022-04-26T11:35:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
Pussy Riot would never have performed at the Christian festivals I attended as a teenager, nor would they ever have been invited. But when it was announced that the Russian feminist punk rock band would be the artists in residence at Greenbelt 2018, it felt apt.
John Kyle is part of the team that runs David’s Tent, an annual 72-hour non-stop worship festival that takes place in Sussex. He is also a musician and worship leader. Here’s his favourite 8 songs right now
2022-04-25T15:35:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Once in a great while, we bump into one-of-a kind people.
2022-04-21T08:50:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
Church leaders should use their platform to speak truth to power, but I would much rather they use it to unequivocally preach the gospel, says Tim Farron
2022-04-13T00:00:00+01:00By David Instone-Brewer
The Bible contains many different metaphors that explain what Jesus achieved on the cross. But David Instone-Brewer says this doctrine is special
2022-04-05T09:13:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
Seth Walker went from the heights of evangelical passion and unquestioning trust in God to total loss of faith and attempted suicide. Chris Goswami says there are lessons from Seth's life that the Church needs to learn
2022-03-30T14:35:00+01:00By Tim Farron MP
It isn’t just the war in Ukraine that is threatening our food supply and pushing up prices. God has given us a mandate to steward the earth well and it’s more important than ever that we look after it, says Tim Farron MP
2022-03-30T14:28:00+01:00By George Pitcher
Happiness might be in short supply in Ukraine at the moment, but Rev George Pitcher believes it’s hope that will make all difference
2022-03-29T14:44:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
Our editor reviews They’ll Never Read That
2022-03-29T14:36:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
If you want a nice Christian book for your mother-in-law, look somewhere else. This is a disturbing read.
2022-03-28T13:58:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
Anyone who has studied theology understands how much of a challenge it can be to your faith. I arrived at university, many years ago, having grown up in conservative evangelicalism and having had little reason – or opportunity – to question its theological teachings. So when I began my study, ...
2022-03-28T12:46:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
The father of modern worship music might be best known for penning ‘Shine, Jesus, shine’, but 50 years since the release of his first album, the singer-songwriter is going back to his storytelling roots
2022-03-28T12:08:00+01:00By David Instone-Brewer, Biblical scholar
Archaeologists have long claimed that David and Solomon’s kingdoms were just exciting myths. David Instone-Brewer explains why we can trust the Old Testament’s version of history
2022-03-24T10:00:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
Jesus warned us that there would be trouble in this fallen world. But we can rejoice in his promise that he will overcome it
2022-03-18T10:40:00+00:00By George Pitcher
The Church has a responsibility to explore the 'rabbit holes' of gender politics, argues George Pitcher. But we need to get it right
2022-03-14T10:47:00+00:00By Joseph D'Souza, Archbishop of the Good Shepherd Church of India
It’s not enough to sanction the Russian oligarchs, it’s time to put pressure on Putin’s spiritual oligarch too, says Bishop Joseph D’Souza
2022-03-10T16:07:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
Climate change still poses the biggest threat to humanity, says Tim Farron MP.
2022-03-09T14:14:00+00:00By George Pitcher
The obstruction of Ukrainian refugees is not just cruel and unpleasant, it’s also deeply unholy, says Rev George Pitcher
2022-03-09T11:04:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
The Christian Conservative commentator helped put Boris Johnson in Number 10. He tells Tim Farron why he can no longer back the PM
2022-03-08T12:10:00+00:00By Chris Llewellyn, Rend Collective
The frontmen of two of the biggest Christian bands in the world hold opposing views on faith and doubt. Rend Collective’s Chris Llewellyn responds to John Cooper of Skillet’s contentious remarks
2022-03-04T10:02:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
Tim Farron MP says the Government policy on refugees is wrong. We need to be welcoming our innocent neighbours, not turning them away
2022-03-01T16:43:00+00:00By George Pitcher
Prayer isn’t a shopping-list petition of God, says George Pitcher
2022-02-24T05:09:00+00:00By Chine McDonald
At this year’s Brits, rap artist Little Simz proudly walked on stage to collect her award for best new artist. “My name is Simbiatu Ajikawo. I’m from north London, Islington. I grew up on a council estate, I’m an independent artist and to be here tonight receiving this award is ...
2022-02-23T16:35:00+00:00By Lois Tverberg
Loving our enemies might seem impossible, but it’s central to what it means to be a Christian. Lois Tverberg expands on Christ’s most challenging command
2022-02-23T16:33:00+00:00By Chris Llewellyn, Rend Collective
“This is not a gentle request. It’s a command. When God uses it, he’s grabbing us by the collar, urging us to notice something incredible that we’re currently ignoring.”
2022-02-23T16:13:00+00:00By NT Wright
Q: My husband and I live in the USA and have been heartbroken by our church’s lack of precautions during the pandemic. Now that we are fully vaccinated, we’re looking forward to worshiping in person again, but we’re struggling with whether to go back to church. We love it deeply, ...
2022-02-23T13:12:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
Whether we believe in just war or take the path of pacifism, all Christians should inform themselves about the deepening crisis in Ukraine, and pray for peace in the region says Tim Farron
2022-02-22T17:19:00+00:00By George Pitcher
Down the ages, darkness has been associated with its so-called prince, “the enemy” or the devil…
2022-02-22T11:00:00+00:00By Sam Hailes
HOPE Together’s Rachel Jordan-Wolf tells us about sharing the Gospel with street prostitutes in Amsterdam’s red light district
2022-02-22T11:00:00+00:00By Sam Hailes
Funerals are one of the most difficult places to share the Gospel, says London City Mission’s Efrem Buckle. Here’s how he approached the task
2022-02-22T11:00:00+00:00By Sam Hailes
Three Christians with the gift of the gab on how you can grow in sharing your faith
2022-02-15T13:54:00+00:00By George Pitcher
There is a seam of religiosity in the brewing conflict, says George Pitcher
2022-02-10T14:36:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
More young people than ever are suffering with poor mental health, and services are badly underfunded. This children’s mental health week, Tim Farron MP says our churches need to support, campaign and love
2022-02-09T22:14:00+00:00By George Pitcher
A new “Brexit bishop” and “Covid bishop” would make the Church into a ‘shadow government’
2022-02-03T10:29:00+00:00By Tim Farron MP
Jesus came to save souls, but he also fed people. We should do the same, says Tim Farron