Yes, Church: we can be successful and single

// Let's stop talking and acting like single people are missing out.

Written by Andre Adefope

Help, my offline voice and my online voice are at war

// We want to have our voice heard and to make a difference, but where do we begin?

Written by Anya Briggs

If you need to talk, I’ll listen

// Mental illness is rampant in our society, and we need to talk about it.

Written by Dave Magill

5 faith-filled ways to engage with politics

// Tips from one of the White House’s youngest ever staffers.

Written by Michael Wear

95 reasons the world won’t fall apart

// 500 years after the Reformation, we need to remember that unity looks like something.

Written by Dan Preston

The ‘always-on’ mentality vs. Sabbath

// How to reclaim Sabbath in a culture that doesn't value rest

Written by Guy Brandon

What I’d do with $54.1 billion

// I wasn’t sure – so I asked a bunch of women with big plans: survivors of human trafficking.

Written by Naomi Telfer

Where do you look to find love?

// Meeting more people isn’t always going to cut it.

Written by Aukelien van Abbema

The NHS: Britain’s greatest example of God’s grace

// A doctor’s view on how, despite the current crisis, the NHS is an example of Jesus’ upside down example.

Written by Freddie Pimm

How to handle rejection

// Three helpful mind-sets to turn pain into progress

Written by Liz Bradley

The internet, anonymity, integrity and the Bible

// Why who we are, or who we show ourselves to be online matters.

Written by Guy Brandon

A hipster speaks out

// And why you’re probably a hipster in disguise.

Written by Benedict Atkins

How to be a justice junkie without being smothered by your own compassion

// It's time to take off the cape. We already have a saviour, we don’t need another one.

Written by Mim Skinner

A 2017 resolution: agreeing to disagree well

// How do we pursue truth in an omni-platformed world?

Written by John Coleby

What’s wrong with 2016? Me.

// This article isn’t about blind optimism. This is about looking far enough ahead to see the end of the story.

Written by Andy Flannagan

What we loved in December

// A Christmas round-up to see off 2016.

Written by threads

Is it time to say thank you?

// Ending the year by saying: "Thanks, Dad."

Written by Laura Campbell

5 steps to avoiding #awkward Christmas

// Including advice on how to avoid messing up the Christmas carol lyrics.

Written by Tim Bechervaise

Crime and Punishment and Christmas

// 150 years on, I remember how too often, I'm Raskolnikov.

Written by Christine Gilland

Social media, your habits and faith

// Because habits are powerful.

Written by Guy Brandon