Catch up with events from Thursday night's Hustings.
Threads is a collective of Christians from all walks of life who are living, working and trying to carve out our identity in our worlds.
Sunglasses and an oversized sun hat? Check! Flip flops on and several books tucked under my arm? Check! Covered from head to toe in factor 50? Check! Somehow I think this isn’t quite what the advert has in mind…
Nothing is beyond redemption for the God that we believe in.
Two years after the Rana Plaza disaster and it’s shopping as usual. We have an opportunity to make a difference.
I like to think of myself as a fairly logical person...
Seems like we're miles away from the honesty and integrity of ‘letting your yes be yes and your no be no’.
"... survival of the fittest is the opposite of what it means to live in community."
How do we navigate our identity in an increasingly diverse society and find our true identity in Christ?
Politics is messy.
"With every big, historical movement comes the danger that we will swing too far to the other extreme, tipping the balance unhealthily in the other direction."
At this stage, it isn’t news that there’s a general election in a few weeks.
Why does it take so long to become holy?
Another Bible story you didn't hear in Sunday School.
Worship is a whole-life thing. But it's important to embrace the 'special experiences' too.
The simple things that can keep you afloat in a sea of tragedy.
As it turns out, the Bible is full of everyday screw-ups.
"I’ve known moments where I’ve not been able to look God in the eye. But forgiveness is for everyone."
Have you ever wondered about the hymn that Jesus and the disciples sang together at the Last Supper?
Holy Saturday: a day for doubt.
Between 300,000 and one million children are being forced to harvest cocoa beans.