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Of course I care about the environment, but don't the world's poorest have more urgent needs?

Today’s guest post is by Ben Niblett. Ben is Tearfund’s Head of Campaigns and tweets @BenNiblett.

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When I started working for Tearfund back in 2005, I was surprised to find climate change was so important to them. 1,783 more words

Christian Organisations

The Coffee Tour - Tearfund Scotland

Friday, 14 March 2014 at 19:30 – Friday, 4 July 2014 at 21:30 (PDT)

All over the world people meet for coffee! Tearfund Scotland invites you to come and join us on our Coffee Tour where you will hear stories of how cycles of poverty are being broken in Ethiopia one cup of coffee and one group of friends at a time. 135 more words

Tearfund

Armchair traveller and armchair gifts

I haven’t posted much lately, I seem to be running out of words. There are a few scratched out lines in the notebooks but nothing you’d want to read (or at least nothing I’d want you to read).

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Justice

Tearfund in the Central African Republic

Recent conflict has left thousands dead and 700,000 people homeless in the Central African Republic (CAR), while 250,000 have fled to neighbouring countries.

More than half the population, 2.5 million people, are in urgent need of food, water, sanitation and healthcare. 118 more words

Christian Life

Charity work- Live Below The Line

So, I’m Kirsty, and I’m doing a challenge, called Live Below The Line from the 28th of April until the 2nd of May, where you live for 5 days on £5, or £1 a day for food, not including tap water. 185 more words

On remaining evangelical, even when I'm not sure what it means

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On Tuesday evening I staggered home from the tube station, zombie like from nearly a full 24 hours travelling, from the rising of the sun on one side of the world to its setting back home in London. 2,364 more words

Faith And Failure

'A church pastor in the Central African Republic has sent an urgent message to the UK ' - Tearfund

A church pastor in the Central African Republic has sent an urgent message to the UK calling for prayer for an end to the conflict. The pastor is among some 2600 people finding sanctuary and food at a theological college in the capital, Bangui, supported by Tearfund. 215 more words

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