Natalie Williams is a former journalist who grew up in one of the most deprived areas in England and is now CEO of Jubilee+. She has co-written three books: The Myth of the Undeserving Poor (2014), A Church for the Poor (2017) and A Call to Act (2020). To find out more about Jubilee+ visit jubilee-plus.org
I write about the class divide in Church, a lot of people say it’s unnecessary but none of those people are working class
Natalie Williams, co-author of Invisible Divides, explains that as a new Christian from a working class background, the most daunting thing wasn’t learning about Jesus, it was learning how to fit in with a middle class church.
On World Mental Health Day: ‘We must be careful not to offer a false hope of: “Come to Jesus and all of your problems will disappear”’
Natalie Williams reminds us that there is hope in Christ and practical help for those who need it – highlighting those with mental health issues who are living in poverty