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.
Music used with permission, thank you Dr J and Mira.
Everyday Activism with Andrew Graystone
With a simple home-made sign Andrew spread a message of love and hope across the world. We hear his stories of everyday activism.
You can buy Andrew's book here:
You can join the Hopeful Activist's Community here:
And you can find out about the Praxis Labs here:
HUGE thanks to Dr J for allowing us to use his music on this episode. It's all taken from his album Journey, which is available at
now stop reading this and go and buy it!
Thank you so much to Dr J, Rachel Mander, Alison Dennis, Danielle Wilson, Sophie Gower and Sam Ward for sharing your lockdown lessons with us.
Tracks used: Leaving Orphanhood Behind, Belong, Night Fall.
Mental Health, Young People and Covid-19
Abz Adekeye is a youth pastor and specialist Cognitive Behavioural Therapist for young people aged 11-25. Abi spoke to her about how she has supported young people and her advice to all of us to care for our mental health at this time.
Homelessness and Community Organising
A fascinating interview with Shermara Fletcher about grassroots community organising, bringing about local transformation and political change.
To hear more from Shermara and others involved in community organising visit:
The Open Table:
Twitter: @ShermaraFletche @theologycentre (https://twitter.com/theologycentre)
Theology and Race: Augustine Tanner-Ihm
Augustine Tanner-Ihm is the winner of this years Theology Slam! Abi celebrates with him and Augustine shares why the theology of race is so vital today and how to recover from abuse and stay passionate for Jesus.
The Theology Slam 2020 Final is here:
Theology Slam is a collaboration between SCM Press, Church Times, London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and St Anselm’s Community.
Life Changing Work: Chris Gillies
Chris Gillies presents a reflection on redemptive practice in our working lives, whether that’s working for money, or the many other ways that you are using your time. It’s a deep reflection, and we would love to hear your responses to it!
Chris Gillies spent 36 years working in financial services and shares some of his fascinating story on the LICC website, where you can also find some amazing resources to help you follow Jesus in your Monday - Saturday life.
The blog post Chris has kindly written to accompany this episode is here:
Customer ReviewsSee All
A lovely out-in-the-world style show
I really appreciate that the producers leave the studio from time to time and get into the world to do their interviews. I would never have known there was a group helping people do low budget weddings as a ministry. Good work, team!
Short Stories of Hope
I find each episode too short but only because the stories of hope and people working so hard to provide for a better are uplifting. Keep up the great work!
Not just talking, doing!
I enjoy that this podcast is promoting actual action. I need not say anything else. It’s more than just conversation, it’s God in motion.