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Julia Doxat-Purser

If every parliamentarian were a Christian, would unemployment be solved? Would we know what to do with extremists? No – the world is fallen, and there are problems and tragedies. And yet it's still vital for Christians to engage in the public arena.

Next Meeting:
November 4, 2021
Woltersdorf, Berlin
Following Meeting:


Christians in politics face a number of challenges: how to win elections, handle power, convince people of policies, present well in the media... all while loving their enemy. They are not there simply to promote themselves to positions of power, reputation or money, but to serve God in the influence that they have and the ways that they treat others.

Recent Articles

The Time is Ripe to Re-Think Citizenship

Christians are used to thinking of themselves as citizens of heaven, but have we thought enough about what it means to be a citizen in a particular place on earth?

Politics of Worship - Waiting for the King

There is always light. The good news is that we don’t need to be brave enough to be anything other than a reflection of the light of the King whose glory will fill the universe!

Is Honesty ‘the Best Policy’?

We may still believe honesty to be ‘the best policy’, but who’s honesty is it? Is it honesty expedient to our own desired outcomes? This article is part 1 of a mini-series on integrity.