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Catalyst Writing Competition

Catalyst Writing Competition – The Finalists

Back in October, we asked the question, ‘How can Christians make a real difference in our society?’  Our aim was to get young Christians thinking through the implications of their faith and how this impacts on society.  This is an important question for CARE as we seek to be – and encourage all Christians to be -  light and salt in society.

We were delighted to receive a wide range of entries on a number of different topics, from those writing of their passion for social justice to others seeking to apply their faith to living in a digital age.  After much deliberation, we have selected the best of these entries as our finalists and are very pleased to be able to share these articles with you.  However, there also had to be a winner and the judging panel was unanimous that the entry from Hannah Stubbs deserved to win and be published in the latest issue of Catalyst magazine.  We would like to thank all those who put their time and energy into writing articles for the competition, we really enjoyed reading them and hope you enjoy reading the Finalists’ articles below:

The Finalists’ Articles

Elisha Sargent – ‘How can Christians make a real difference in our society?’

Emma Lawson – ‘In His Image’

Heather McCormick – ‘Why ask God, when I can ask Google?

Joel Dungate – ‘How can Christians make a real difference in our society?’

Jude Currie – ‘Man Brings Traffic to a Standstill’

Robin Peake – ‘Love Thy Neighbourhood’

The Winning Article

Hannah Stubbs – ‘How can Christians make a real difference in our society?’