How fear of being labelled a hater is affecting expression of, and difference of opinion.
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.
Over-hyped event plus social media equals way too many reactionary opinions.
Facebook turned rainbow-coloured this weekend...
Learning to spot the beauty in the middle of being lost.
"Information and intellect are just the start, without action and risk, there is no progress."
Fitness has never been more fashionable.
"The Holy Spirit can transform the most unlikely of situations in to places of peace."
"What happens if we start loving our literal, next-door neighbours?"
I don't know what it is about this word, but when someone calls someone else authentic, I feel suspicious.
It’s been a big week in planetary-doom news...
Our Sunday School Stories Revisited series continues with Abraham.
He wouldn't, he'd cycle.
"Those who aren't believers might be blindly hurtling towards destruction, but actually, they’re pretty happy."
As an aspiring writer, I am constantly looking to the voices of other female writers for wisdom and guidance - voices that are, I feel, often neglected in popular culture.
"We’re inviting everyone who is able to come to Westminster and meet their MPs in person on 17 June, to tell them about the things they want to protect from climate change and ask them to commit to strong action on this."
What motivates us to create what we create?
Is it anything more than religious-historical kitsch?
This week's news from the G7 summit is cause for optimism, but there are many questions to be answered.
"How authentic am I being in my walk of faith if I try and help people discover their value and worth and don’t do that for myself?"
“Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God do you learn.”