Did you know that you don’t necessarily have to wait 30 minutes after lunch before you swim? It’s not as dangerous as we all thought…
Questions our culture struggles to answer – as they raise the uncomfortable idea that the secular view of life just doesn’t fit reality.
In Christianity we talk a lot about having a personal relationship with God, but do you hear God’s voice? Here are some tips for how.
To be still in this culture can mean allowing your email count to tick back from ‘0’ to ‘1’ without fret, writes Tim Yearsley.
It’s a noble and inspiring sentiment, and one you hear in many vision statements – but what does it really mean to flourish?
The removal of Christianity hasn’t left us with a self-assured humanity, rather aimless people, struggling with their bodies and identity.
It’s not what we do or what we own that gives us value. It’s who we have in our life, writes Sam Chan from Espresso Theology.
Today I want to challenge you to go a little further for Jesus. We can take courage from looking at how far he went for us.
Many of us may hate doing laundry, but we do it – because deep down, we know that doing the laundry is purposeful…
Why not mull over these images – the Lord my shield, my sleep, my security, my deliverer? Perhaps they will ring true for you this week.