How do you run a pop-up food waste café?

// How hard is it to run your own food waste event? Where do you even start? Surplus Kitchen let us in on their secrets.

Written by Matt Long and Jonathan Cherry

Diary of a food waste saboteur

// Because we all love a good challenge ... the latest post in a series on food waste by Tearfund.

Written by Jack Wakefield

Will the supermarket giants ever compromise?

// There is no national mandatory food waste target and not enough pressure on retailers. Our series on food waste, written by the team at Tearfund.

Written by Nikki Dravers

Are millennials to blame for the food waste mountain?

// Or are millennial pioneers paving the way for a different approach? A new series on food waste, written by our mates at Tearfund.

Written by Katherine Maxwell-Rose

Give us this day our daily bread

// Gather the pieces. Let nothing be wasted. The first post in our series on food waste by Tearfund.

Written by Clare Lyons

Should Christians bother going into politics?

// What Tim Farron's resignation as Lib Dem leader tells us about 21st century faith and politics.

Written by Josh Harris

Impossible is a dare

// An interview with Ben Cooley, founder of Hope for Justice.

Written by threads

Why I give money to the homeless

// On seeing a person, not a problem.

Written by Jennifer Goodyer

Is ‘self-actualisation’ really the key to success?

// And when it comes to being successful, do we know it when we see it?

Written by Liz Bradley

Is there such a thing as a truly informed voter?

// It feels like the more knowledge you have about politics, the less certain anything is.

Written by Tim Wyatt

What we loved in May

// Featuring gospel tunes, South Asia's take on Humans of New York, and conspiracy theories galore.

Written by threads

What kind of “influencers” are Ivanka Trump and Kim Kardashian?

// Society idolises their fame, influence and power, but how should we respond?

Written by Charlotte Hendy

Running on empty: lessons from an Icelandic geyser

// Sometimes, the most courageous thing that God is calling us to do is to stop and be still.

Written by Claire Rush

The Billy Graham rule: integrity or patriarchy?

// This rule has been in the headlines in 2017, but is it helpful?

Written by Charlotte Hendy

How would Jesus vote?

// Another voting season, more questions as to who to vote for.

Written by John Coleby

Ethical fashion: yes, yes, you’ve heard it all before

// If it’s wrong, if God says don’t do it, then that must be reason enough. Regardless of the inconvenience.

Written by Sarah Stone

What’s so manly about manning up?

// True manliness involves realising that we have been made with emotions and it's good to talk.

Written by Dave Luck

Why I cried when I got glasses

// Could it be that the greatest act of resistance is to treat our bodies as valuable members of our whole selves?

Written by Gemma Brown

Activists, let’s hear the call of King Jesus

// Beyond all my twelve-point plans, I want there to be a heart change.

Written by Christine Gilland

I have a problem: none of my Facebook friends are Tory

// In the lead-up to the general election, what can our news feeds tell us about the way we vote?

Written by Dan Preston