Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Breathe: A Christian network for Simpler Living

Breathe is another example of an unofficial ecumenical organisation, of a small group of enthusiasts sharing information and ideas.  Community Mission describes Breathe, thus:

Breathe, a Christian network for simpler living, has a regularly updated blog with information on how to fight the battle against over-consumption. It has recently launched Conspiracy of Freedom, a website with three new videos that can be used as part of a church service or with a home group to spark discussion on these issues. The videos ask questions about how it is possible to live contentedly, give generously and resist greed. Jeremy Williams, one of the Breathe founders, is leading a workshop at the Community Mission Conference on 1 October in London.

Here is what they say about themselves:

Breathe is…

A Christian network for simpler living. We connect people who want to live a less consumerist, more generous, more sustainable life. Subscribe for free monthly updates at

We aim to be non-judgemental, realistic and simple to be part of. We want to APPRECIATE life more fully; REFUSE the consumer dream; CONNECT with others; and CHOOSE a more generous lifestyle.

Breathe represents orthodox Christians of all kinds. It is run by five friends.
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