Jesus was and is homeless.
He was born in a borrowed stable: homeless.
He fled violence and lived as a refugee: homeless.
He had nowhere to lay his head: homeless.
He died rejected and betrayed,
buried in a borrowed tomb: homeless.
He identifies himself with the needs of those on earth today,
saying, ‘whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers
and sisters of mine, you did for me’.
We, the Church, have billions of pounds
worth of loaves and fish. We have enough to provide
every homeless man and woman with a home.
We also have something far more precious than that: love.
Just imagine what our God could do if we placed even a fraction
of these resources in his hands.
He would do more than you can imagine.
Last orders 16th of December for guaranteed Christmas delivery
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Please note: delivery will be 3-5 days but there may be delays.
Any bulk orders will be placed on a Friday at 3pm so delivery will be the following week.
You are invited to join Ed Walker, author of A House Built on Love, talking with Diane Tidball about his new book and Hope into Action’s work. Tuesday 3rd Dec 6.30pm. Register here lght.ly/0731582
I’ve admired Hope into Action for some time not least because it has a holistic depth to it. This book both highlights the needs in our country and inspires us to realise we can actually do something. My hope is, this important writing will challenge and encourage people and churches right across the country.- Rt Revd Rowan Williams, Baron Williams of Oystermouth, former Archbishop of Canterbury