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Faith and fear in the field
As violence increases across West Africa, our team shares how they hold onto their faith.
A mother to many
How a group of mothers in Nigeria have created a community support system to help women living with HIV.
Food for thought: how faith can shape our bakes by Martha Collison
Bake-off star and Tearfund ambassador Martha Collison shares with us how our faith can play a part in our baking.
Farm together, thrive together
Joining a community group has given Thabita the skills and support to help her lift her family out of poverty.
The bravery bakery: how six women saved their community from hunger
Six women who refused to give up on their dreams were able to bless their community during the most challenging of circumstances.
The unfolding crisis in Mozambique: how you can pray
Warning: contains mention of sexual and gender-based violence which some readers may find upsetting.
A present God and a waiting world
The wanderings of the Israelites can help us rediscover God as we experience another Lent in lockdown.
Answering God's call to respond to the climate crisis
How you and your church can care for creation through prayer and action in 2021.
How cash grants restore dignity: a Christian response to crisis
Cash grants are making a difference and transforming the lives of the people we serve around the world.
Standing with survivors to end female genital mutilation and cutting
Warning: contains mentions of sexual and gender-based violence that some readers may find upsetting.