Prayer and worship are often seen as soft options in the struggle against poverty. Worship is seen as something we do only when we can’t do anything more useful. But is that really the case? What place does worship have in our campaigning and how can we pray about issues of poverty and injustice?
Peter and Nigel work in the Churches team at Christian Aid, helping people make a connection between their faith and what is happening in the developing world. Neither of them is starving and neither of them can sing.