Five facts from 80 years

This year marks 80 years since Initiatives of Change began operating in the UK, originally under the name of Moral Re-Armament (MRA). During this time the organisation has delivered work aligned to its values of absolute love, purity, unselfishness and honesty, all the while linking together personal change with global change. Here are a few key highlights from IofC’s work in the UK.

From Extremist to Peacemaker Module 4: - Oxford

Ginn Fourie and Letlapa Mphalele

Four Wednesday evening discussions in Oxford drawing lessons from documentary films about ‘extremists’ who became peacemakers. Register on Eventbrite!

Conscience: a challenge to the materialism of our time

Philip Boobbyer

Initiatives of Change is best understood as what could be called a ‘prophetic tradition’. Yes it is a charity and organisation - and we are looking at legal, financial and structural issues today. But most profoundly it is a fellowship of people who seek to respond to the needs of the world in the light of absolute moral standards and the wisdom of the ‘still small voice’.

'Sober' from day to day

Nightclubbers

Sander discovered he needed a power greater than himself to overcome an addiction to sex.