RHM Recovery – Christian faith & homeless action

In this episode I ask the thorny question ‘Are Christian churches doing enough to help the homeless?’ Soup kitchens, food banks, clothing and sleeping bag handouts – they are all welcome, but I wonder whether churches should have higher aims?

Revd Paul Linley is CEO of a Christian charity – RHM Recovery – which aims to completely change broken people, especially those with addictions and poor mental health. It’s a model of Christian ministry which he believes many more churches could adopt.

Ian, a former addict and now trustee of the charity, joined the discussion too.

Find out even more about RHM Recovery here: www.rhm.org.uk