In the east of Africa, Burundi is a country caught up in the midst of unrest and corruption. With a weak infrastructure and poor access to health and education, the citizens face very real daily struggles. Not very long ago, Burundi was caught up in a civil war – spanning 13 years, it claimed over 300,000 lives; and still the country is suffering.
During the genocide in the 1990s, missionary Chrissie Chapman began to rescue the children of Burundi, orphaned by the brutal regime – and through her work, Chrissie witnessed the work of God. She joins us to talk about her experiences, and to introduce her new book, The Night the Angels Came, in which she has penned her memories.
Neither of the final two candidates to be our next Prime Minister profess a faith, so how should Christians choose between them? Christian MP Sir Gary Streeter looks ahead to the final stage of the Tory Leadership contest with Esther Higham and prays for the right outcome.
Every Monday Morning we check in with a senior church leader around the country to find out what God is doing in their neck of the woods and take the Spiritual Temperature of the nation. Mal Pope was joined by The Right Reverend Anne Hollinghurst, Bishop of Aston in the […]