Thrive

// At times, we all have felt like we are not enough in certain situations. As human beings it is normal for us to have bad days and feel overwhelmed at times... but what happens when that feeling sticks and prevents us from stepping into the areas of life where we have been created to thrive?

Written by Katherine Dickson

Sugar and spice and all things nice?

// During her presidential campaign in 2016, Hilary Clinton spent 600 hours – that’s 25 days – having her hair and make-up done, she’s revealed in her latest book What Happened.

Written by Charlotte Hendy

Girls and their bodies: innocence lost?

// At the heart of our faith lies the message that each one of us – regardless of our gender or age or ethnicity or background, regardless of what we look like - is made in the image of God in whom we believe the essence of beauty is found.

Written by Chine McDonald

Say Hello, Wave Goodbye

// As Thomas and Christine embark on new adventures, we wanted to introduce our new co-ordinator.

Written by Stu Bothwell

The madness of modern life

// The heart of our flawed modern life is the myth and illusion that life is something for mankind to conquer and control.

Written by Dave Luck

The new commandment

// We are not primarily known as Jesus disciples through Bible-reading, our song-singing or church-attending. It's through our love for each other.

Written by Phil Hoyle

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The serpent in the sands

// Sometimes we are just infants, railing against rules we don’t like.

Written by Jonty Langley

Picked by Christine Gilland

I love the way Jonty writes, and this particular post always speaks to me about the importance of being truthful with myself about why I believe what I do. It’s an older post, but always a challenging read.

Missionary minimalism

// De-cluttering our lives is trendy in the Christian and secular world. But what can be learned from a someone who grew up in a missionary family?

Written by Gabby Llewellyn

Picked by Thomas McConaghie

We gave Gabby the topic of minimalism and this is what she came back with. While we were considering what it means to live with less stuff, Gabby rightly pointed out that it's not about the stuff! Let us instead focus on the God who gives abundantly.