Living a gospel-shaped life isn’t complicated...

Gary Millar | January 16th 2020

When it comes to living with and for the Lord Jesus, it’s easy to slip into thinking that because it feels hard a lot of the time (and in my experience, it does!) then it must be incredibly complex. But that would be a mistake.... continue reading

 

My friend just became a Christian. Now what?

Gary Millar | January 13th 2020

There are few things more exciting than seeing a friend brought to new life in the Lord Jesus Christ! I think there are four key things we want to help new Christians to do… ... continue reading

 

Podcast: Cutting Through Culture's Most Confusing Messages (Matt Fuller)

Matt Fuller | January 10th 2020

We talk to Matt Fuller, the Senior Minister at Christ Church, Mayfair about his new book Be True To Yourself.... continue reading

 

What Christians can learn from #Megxit reactions

Rachel Jones | January 9th 2020

There have been two opposite reactions to Harry and Meghan’s announcement that they are stepping back as “senior” royals to “carve out a progressive new role” within the royal family—and those reactions capture something of a conundrum in 21st-century western culture and hearts. ... continue reading

 

The problem with gender self-identification

Matt Fuller | January 9th 2020

The following article is an extract from Be True to Yourself by Matt Fuller. In it, he discusses the problems with gender self-identification. ... continue reading

 

6 ways to look godly while not growing in your faith in 2020

Carl Laferton | January 6th 2020

I am a master at appearing more godly than I actually am. ... continue reading

 

The problem with one of our culture’s favourite slogans

Matt Fuller | January 6th 2020

I want to suggest that there’s a problem with the radical “be true to yourself” individualism that we’re encouraged to adopt today: it makes it harder to get on with others.... continue reading

 

Podcast: Taking Our Feelings To The Psalms (Courtney Reissig)

Courtney Reissig | January 3rd 2020

In this episode we catch-up with Courtney Reissig, wife to Daniel, mum to four boys, speaker and author of multiple books, including her latest Teach Me to Feel. ... continue reading

 

Not a Tidy Resolution: How the Psalms Help Us Live With the Tension of Life

Courtney Reissig | January 2nd 2020

I love a good romantic comedy. I love the innocence, the formulaic outcomes, and the perfect towns where everything all works out in the end for the main characters. Really, though, I just love happy endings. In fact, I am less inclined to watch something if I think it won’t resolve neatly at the end. ... continue reading

 

5 Things to Say in the New Year

Katy Morgan | January 1st 2020

The first days of January are a perfect time for reflection. It’s not out of place to have deeper-than-usual conversations at this time of year. And, if we’re ready, we can use them to talk about Christ.... continue reading

 
PAGE 1 2 3 4 5 >