Category: Justice

Making Britain great (again?)

Land of Hope and Glory, Mother of the free, How shall we extol thee, Who are born of thee? Wider still, and wider, Shall thy bounds be set; God, who made thee mighty, Make thee mightier yet! God, who made thee mighty, Make thee mightier yet! On Saturday, we […]

Who should we blame?

The other day we watched a film about a Jew, living in America, who had escaped Austria when the Nazis took over. Before she left Austria, the Nazis stole all the family possessions, including a famous  work of art worth millions of dollars. Sixty years later the painting […]

A party for working people? (UK)

Apparently, George Osborne and Iain Duncan Smith have decided to cut benefits to people of working age. This will include tax credits payable to people in work and which support families on a very low income. They claim this is a part of, “making work pay“!  Many of those […]

We could all use a little grace

Christians are often accused of being judgemental, and unfortunately, this is often true. On last Sunday’s, “Song of Praise”, BBC programme I heard a song which really emphasises how we should not be so quick to judge other people and show “a little grace”. God shows an immense amount of […]

Sold to a brothel owner

Marikit’s story Hello, my name is Marikit[1] and I used live on an Island in South East Asia. I am now 18 years old but my story started when I was just 14. My mum and my dad were always shouting at each other. This was because my father owed a lot […]