New book shows how Christian collaborations are changing the face of Wales
Far from being a dying breed, Christian churches and organisations are changing the face of modern Wales.
A new book published by Gweini, an umbrella body for the Christian voluntary sector in Wales, profiles ten examples of dynamic partnerships that are making a huge difference to hundreds of thousands of people in the nation.
Power of Ten, written by Cardiff writer and Baptist minister, Gethin Russell-Jones, highlights social projects across Wales that are run by Christians for the benefit of people of all faiths and none. These range from local initiatives such as the capital city’s Rainbow of Hope to well-known national enterprises such as the Trussell Trust’s Foodbanks and Street Pastors.
These are not worthy works seeking attention but services that are literally feeding, protecting and supporting many of the nation’s most vulnerable residents.