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Inspiring you with bold stories from Christian activists - people who have embraced the ancient call to action and who will inspire us to do the same. From the Praxis Centre for Hope and Activism. praxiscentre.org twitter @hopefulactivism facebook @hopefulactivists Music used with permission, thank you Dr J and Mira. https://drjpresents.bandcamp.com/
 
Toen Steve Vranakis begin november 2017 het podium van het Creativity World Forum in Aarhus betrad, wisten we dat het interessant zou worden. De man, zoon van Griekse migranten, ging zeven jaar geleden na een decennialange carrière in de advertentiewereld bij Google aan de slag. Daar werkt hij bij het Creative Lab, zo’n beetje de speeltuin van een van ’s werelds grootste techbedrijven. In Denemarken vertelde hij over ‘creatieve activisten’, mensen die geloven dat technologie en creativiteit ...
 
Fifty Feminist States is a roadtripping, storytelling podcast visiting all fifty US states to interview feminist activists and artists about their work for gender justice. This podcast is intersectional and trans-inclusive. It's hosted and produced by Amelia Hruby, PhD.
 
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Abi is joined by Elaine Storkey, philosopher, sociologist and theologian and author of “Meeting God in Matthew”. Also Helen Syrop, founder of Hope Housing and homelessness expert and Jen, an adoptive parent and currently researching faith group responses to hardship in the UK. We take a beautiful walk through Matthew and along the way talk about th…
 
Can churches really change communities? Where is Jesus in the permacrisis? Where are the signs of hope? Abi had a special treat a few weeks ago...to visit the Jubilee+ Churches That Change Communities Conference. Abi interviewed several of the contributors to the conference and you can find the full interviews on the Jubilee Plus Podcast, but here …
 
Questioning allegiance outside St Paul's Cathedral and worship that changes a government: powerful interviews today from Jon Swales and Andy Flannagan and we hear about Rich's work with waste pickers: Fair Circularity Initiative. Jon Swales shares his liturgy for the climate crisis and tells us about Lighthouse, a church for people "battered and br…
 
Straight from COP27, the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt this week two climate campaigners help us to pray for good outcomes: Jessica Bwali, climate campaigner at Tearfund Laura Young, climate campaigner and Tearfund AmbassadorThey have taken some time out to give us some things to pray about this week.…
 
We'd love you to join us on our next Praxis Labs 1. You can hear the experience of two people who have done Praxis Labs 1 in this episode and then sign up here! Thanks to Lau Ciocan and Jen Horne! Lau Ciocan is the Director of Mentoring Advocacy Network (MAN), a platform raising awareness on men's issues and mental health, shaping the conversation …
 
Hi everyone and welcome to the 101st episode of The Hopeful Activists’ Podcast! Thanks for being with us on our journey of learning, worship, prayer and action, it’s been an absolute privilege to hear your stories and to bring you the stories of others over the last 100 episodes. We have decided to use this episode to do what we are constantly reco…
 
Episode 100!!! Our planned worship centred episode will be with you shortly, but in the meantime Abi and Rich share what they have learnt from interviewing over 100 Christian Activists on healthy and sustainable activism. STOP: Natalie Collins, speaker, writer, campaigner, leader on issues of abuse, exploitation and gender. Natalie's interview is h…
 
We are hearing more about the Cost of Living Crisis every day, but what can churches do now and to prepare for the difficult winter ahead? How do we read the Bible in the context of poverty and how can the church act prophetically? Natalie Williams from Jubilee Plus is seeing the impact of the cost of living crisis now and gives amazing practical t…
 
What do the penguins of Robben Island have to do with peacebuilding? The full, deep and challenging interview with Rene August on peacebuilding and reading the Bible in locations that have painful histories. You can join the Hopeful Activists' community here.Rich Gower and Abigail Thomas tarafından oluşturuldu
 
If reconciliation is core to our faith, what does that mean for peacemakers? How do we deal with the tension between pursuing justice and truth as well as peace and mercy? And in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, how do we act for peace? Abi hosts with Billie Anderson from Tearfund and member of the Praxis team. With thanks to: Jonny Cla…
 
With the UK government's "Homes for Ukraine" launching Rich and Abi explore how to best support refugees from all over the world. We hear from refugees about what they need now they are in the UK, and from an experienced host, and founder of Hope at Home, Helen Hodgson about her misgivings about the government scheme, racism, how to spot signs of t…
 
Abi and Rachel take an epic journey through the ethics and practical challenges of giving and fundraising. What's wrong with giving money to orphanages? What about racism in fundraising? Why is our gut compassionate reaction not always right? How do we move from charity to justice? With grateful thanks to: Daniel Jones from Stewardship. Information…
 
Rev. Edwin Arrison, an anti-apartheid activist and close friend of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, tells us about the life of The Arch, and his own life of activism and hope. Edwin now works for the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation and is Director of the Volmoed Youth Leadership Training Programme.Rich Gower and Abigail Thomas tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Beth and Abi look at the Arms Trade, and activists who are fighting for peace, including Mary Sprunger-Frose who has spilled her own blood at nuclear weapons facilities, and Mike Martin, who turns guns into garden tools with the help people impacted by gun violence. Grateful thanks to: Alan Storkey Alan Storkey Guardian Investigative Article Mariam…
 
Amongst the mixed responses to COP26, how do we carry on with action for climate justice and keep hope alive? Abi Thomas and Rich Gower find out. If you would like to look at Emma Major's climate justice art during the programme click here. Thanks so much to all our contributors, in order of appearance: Promise Salawu Renew Our World Tearfund Rache…
 
What does justice for refugees look like? Isabel Pedro joins Abi Thomas as we speak to asylum seekers, refugees and other advocates for justice for people seeking sanctuary in the UK. With thanks to: Neelam Banaris from the Snowdrop Project Benafsha Yaqoobi and Mehdi Salami from Rahyab Sonia Hicks from the Methodist Conference and Together With Ref…
 
In this episode, Fifty Feminist States host Amelia Hruby shares the bittersweet news that Fifty Feminist States is ending, and this is the final episode. Listen as she explains how and why she came to this decision, looks back to the very first episode of the show, and shares her reasonings, reflections, and gratitude for this journey. The archive …
 
In this episode, Fifty Feminist States Fellow L’Oreal Thompson Payton interviews Regina Townsend, aka @brokenbrownegg. Regina shares her infertility journey and why she created The Broken Brown Egg, “an infertility advocacy blog and source of connection for individuals seeking a personal story of infertility written from the African-American viewpo…
 
This week you get to meet the rest of the Praxis Team on our day away in Birmingham, and Abi also spoke to poet, beatboxer, MC and writer Testament about the power of words, the meaning of "woke" and he performs his rap Eclipse exclusively for us. Find out more from Testament here: https://www.testamenthomecut.com And buy his album here: https://ho…
 
Can poetry make a difference? Bruce Gulland and Laura Darrell have used their skill with words to share their perspectives and shift other people's. They share how the arts can be a great tool to communicate and bring healing. For more work from Bruce: https://brucegulland.com Twitter @brucegulland And for more of Laura Darrall's work: Insta and Fa…
 
Jo Musker-Sherwood led the climate lobbying specialist organisation, Hope for the Future, until she couldn't anymore. The urgency of the climate crisis is putting pressure on many people in the environmental sector. Jo's experience of burnout, and her recovery has led her to research and resource others with emotional resilience strategies. Jo expl…
 
Chris Lane shares lessons on the transformative effect of hospitality and ordinary miracles (plus some extraordinary ones too). Chris has lived in Salford 43 years. The church that founded centres around eating together and experiencing community with people from a huge variety of backgrounds. Everyone is welcome, and it's there that change happens…
 
Today we hear from some children whose activism took them to Britain’s Got Talent, and has led to children all over the world singing their music and learning about Climate Action. I also speak to Paul Kerensa about his new book, Planet Protectors, written with Ruth Valerio. With thanks to Freemantle and Britains Got Talent for permission to use th…
 
After a disappointing G7 what should activists do next, Sarah Wiggins from Tearfund and the Young Christian Climate Network call us to action. With a special appearance from G7 leaders underwear. More on the Wave of Hope and Crack The Crises here: https://crackthecrises.org More on the YCCN Relay here: yccn.net Watch the whole service from Truro Ca…
 
In this episode, 2021 Fifty Feminist States Podcast Fellow Mary L. Chang discusses how to get started in recognizing and understanding your authentic self. She encourages all listeners to take the time to be honest with themselves about the things in their world that are no longer in alignment with the person they are today. Mary shares important r…
 
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