These resources are provided to enhance the pay as led online Hope as Practice workshops. We ask that participants make a donation to support us in continuing to offer learning to many people as possible.
What does hope mean and how do we find the courage to hope that change is possible in a troubled world?
- Hope’s Work blog by David Gee – eight blogs by David Gee relating to his forthcoming book ‘Hope’s Work’. We suggest you scroll down to the first blog and read them in their original order.
- Corin Pilling explores the nature of hope and discovers it is most powerful and life-giving when it is collectively nurtured and shared. When we come together as friends and communities to articulate things – however small – that inspire and encourage hope, we will find it is a force to be reckoned with. https://livability.org.uk/hope-act-resistance/
- The following is a talk from Chris Johnstone on his book ‘Active Hope – how to face the mess we’re in without going crazy’ co-authored with Joanna Macey (lasts approximately 1 hour, interview from 2013)
- Ann Morisy is a community theologian who says the church has to move from proclaimed hope to enacted hope. You can hear an interview with her here: https://www.nomadpodcast.co.uk/ann-morisy-enacting-hope-in-troubled-times-n213/
You may also want to join with others in worship, we meet online as an international community – open to all. https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/about/online-mfw/