Rio+20 Whose Earth?

Tearfund, A Rocha UK and New Frontiers are running a number of events ahead of the Rio+20 summit to explore how we can live on God’s earth God’s way today. Come along to a Whose Earth? event to examine Christian responses to environmental issues, including: The Bible basis The science …

Transcript of Caroline Pomeroy interview

JRI Associates and Friends interview no.1 Interviewer (John McKeown): You helped set up CHASE Africa, with partners in Kenya. Can you tell us what CHASE is and what was your role? Caroline Pomeroy: Yes. CHASE Africa is a small charity. It’s not specifically Christian. It was set up, in fact, …

North West Sustainability Forum 14th June

A church in Preston is hosting a regional Sustainability Forum, bringing together experts from several disciplines to stimulate thinking and policy across the North-west, and re-kindle a debate of national importance. ‘Evidence continues to grow about the need to immediately address fundamental sustainability questions,’ said Rev Chris Halliwell, Diocesan Rural …

Communicating Hope

The church has frequently had to think afresh about Christian hope in changing contexts. It’s not that the essence of Christian hope – the great hope, founded on Jesus Christ, for God’s redemptive and fulfilling renewal of all his creation – changes. But if Christian hope is to retain its …

Water: Redcliffe/JRI conference March 2012

Audio (mp3) and Powerpoint slides are available on the main Water conference page. JRI has been partnering with Redcliffe College in Gloucester for over 10 years to put on day conferences. This year we were also in partnership with Tearfund and the theme was “Water: Global Challenges for the 21st Century”. …

Water: global challenges

Audio (mp3) and Powerpoints for this event are available below. Water is the fountain of life – we can’t live without it, and we can’t seemingly manage too much of it. This century will see increasing challenges of shortage and saturation, droughts and floods. Water is the bringer of life …