Specialist in bringing regeneration and change. Inspirer for christian and church. Pacer; in shaping God’s Kingdom here and now.

Abolishment of slavery & poverty in East End

With John Hayes in John Newton's church downtown London. 'THE FUTURE GROWS OUT OF THE PAST' May 22nd it will be 225 years ago that the Clapham Saints decided to battle slavery. This group of twelve, mainly young guys in their twenties (also joined by some influential women) were up against enormous forces. "They are

April 9th, 2012|

It’s time to make poverty personal

'WE'VE MADE POVERTY POLITICAL, IT'S TIME TO MAKE IT PERSONAL' A battle worth fighting... We need to personally engage with the poor, is John Hayes' conviction: "As nations, we’ve made poverty political and we’ve made it professional, and in so doing, we’ve patronized people in poverty and treated them as a problem.  Instead, we need

April 3rd, 2012|

The pain in our cities; we can’t ignore it (2)

During the city track of Hope for Europe in Budapest, we reflected on pain in our cities. We shared deeply, on a personal, ministry and city level. Pain has to do with sin and injustices. So what can we do to challenge unjust systems? As a networker and communicator in a Western European city, the

May 16th, 2011|

The pain in our cities; we can’t ignore it (1)

Jennifer Tunehag-Roemhildt How do we handle pain in our cities? This was the main theme in the city-track at Hope for Europe 2011 conference in Budapest. Living in the affluent city of Rotterdam, I enjoy all the good things the city has to offer, but it’s tempting to ignore the hidden pain and injustices that

May 15th, 2011|