• Jesus-Shalom is the communication sphere of Anvil Trust using the mediums of podcast, blog and live video conversations and discussions. It explores provocative biblical and contemporary issues from shalom perspectives, plus regular interviews with ‘Shalom Activists’ working in diverse roles.

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  • Anvil Trust is the centrepoint and legal foundation of a movement whose purpose is to articulate, advocate and advance an understanding and activism based on a Jesus-centred all-inclusive vision of shalom, through Workshop learning, Peacemeal community and Jesus-Shalom podcasts.

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  • Workshop is the learning sphere of Anvil Trust.  Creating safe yet brave spaces to explore a spirituality that inspires understanding, formation and activism from a Jesus-centred shalom. Value-focused, inclusive and empowering, it offers resources, courses and live video conversations.

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  • Peacemeal is the community-building sphere of Anvil Trust. Inspired by the ‘table-fellowship’ of Jesus every meal can become a portal for nurturing relationship, developing community, spiritual encounter and radical social change. We are a catalyst to reveal and inspire radical table possibilities.

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Jesus-Shalom

Peace, spirituality, values, and activism
from a Jesus perspective
Episode 3: The shalom big picture engaged

In our last episode Noel presented some of the “big picture”–the idea of shalom–where it comes from, what it means, connections it might have. In this episode, Noel engages Tim, his co-host, regarding his impressions of and reflections on this big picture. At the start (1:15-3:29), Tim expresses his appreciation for the comprehensive shalom vision […]

About us

Tim Peebles is an Anabaptist theologian, Mennonite pastor, and martial artist, recently moved from Chicago to England. He currently serves as the coordinator of Anvil Trust, a UK charity devoted to articulating, advocating, and advancing Jesus-Shalom.

Noel Moules is a thinker, teacher, author and activist for peace, justice and deep ecology. He is the founder and visionary of Anvil Trust with its Workshop, Peacemeal and Jesus-Shalom podcast programmes.

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