I walk 20 minutes to University every day. Each way, I pass at least six homeless people. When I go shopping in town, I pass many more. Homelessness is a huge problem in Glasgow, and I read that it is set to increase, but I don’t think it has to. From 11th February until 17th… Continue reading Shalom: Louisa
2017 was a year of ideological change – everywhere in society, on mass scale, we were told to love ourselves. The body positive movement grew at an alarming rate on social media; books which soared to the top charts included Brené Brown’s guide outlining how to “embrace who you are”; and over 1,500 tweets were… Continue reading Shalom: Lorna
This semester, at Just Love Glasgow, we have been focusing on the theme of “Shalom” – peace with four strands: God, others, creation and ourselves” and I think this theme fits in perfectly with the Christmas story we all know so well. Being at peace with God is arguably the most important of all four… Continue reading A Christmas Thought: Lara
Since moving to Glasgow last year, my heart has been challenged daily in so many different ways. Whether that is from walking past the homeless on Byers Road, to finding out about charities I never knew existed and for causes I never knew needed fought for – my eyes have been opened. I know there… Continue reading Can A Dress Change The World?
Many start the New Year with resolutions; with a hope that at the end of the year they’ll be better people than they were when they started. That they’ll be a version of themselves who’s fitter, better read, more cultured and a better chef, who manages to get their to-do lists done before turning up… Continue reading Moving Into Action // Helen
“Honour the Lord with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your crops;” Proverbs 3:9. We all know the score. Everyday we are bombarded with messages telling us what to do: Buy this. Eat that. Drink those. Wear them. It’s hard. I know it’s hard. But what does it matter? As Christians we… Continue reading ETHICAL LIVING // INTRO
I think I’ve always had a bit of a soft spot for the underdog. The World Cup – The Great British Bake Off – Wimbledon… I just can’t escape my need to cheer on the person whose chances of winning are slim at best. So while I was in front of my TV uncontrollably cheering… Continue reading Awakening to Injustice; Fiona