The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today
Grenfell Tower fire wall of prayerLondon Faiths Forum
I have been studying the Acts of the Apostles recently, and have been fascinated by the drama, the passion and the total resolve of the early Church. The 44th book in the Bible arguably documents one of the greatest revolutions of all time. It has caused me to reflect on the position of the Church in present-day settings.
The last few months have been turbulent to say the least. The volatile political climate, the increase of terror threats and most recently, the devastating disaster of Grenfell Tower – have given me a really heavy heart. As I watched these events unfold on the news and received messages from people asking me for my Christian response to these atrocities, I have found myself questioning the role that my faith plays in all of this. I became increasingly aware that believers and non-believers alike arepost was originally published on this site