Pretty hurts

// I want my daughters to grow up in a world where human lives are valued as equal.

Written by Lucy Steels

Inconvenient news: why it’s our responsibility to know

// 20 million people are at risk of starvation and I didn't know.

Written by Thomas McConaghie

My yoke is easy, my burden is light

// A Monday-morning reflection.

Written by Jenni Brews

Our favourite ethical clothing brands for men

// Showcasing some of the best ethical threads available to gents.

Written by Thomas McConaghie

Dear Pinterest: I’ll be mediocre if I want to be, thanks

// In the lead-up to International Women's Day, I'm declaring war on Pinterest quotes.

Written by Christine Gilland

The five women who made me

// In time for International Women's Day, here's a shout-out to some truly inspiring women.

Written by Amaris Cole

The pitfalls of convenient activism

// Let's not get consumerism and activism confused.

Written by Emma Hay

Living under my own tyranny

// My struggle with eating disorders and self-harm: a story from ThinkTwice's #TakeCare campaign.

Written by Rachael Newham

Think on these things

// How does Christ shape our thinking in this age of post-truth?

Written by Annie Carter

Hurried and worried

// How to be more ‘God-in-control’ than ‘I-need-to-be-in-control'.

Written by Lee Jennings

Our faith is offensive; we must embrace it

// If our theology empowers us to simply mirror the world is it truly progressive?

Written by Bex Finney

Is the way we do leadership training actually hindering growth?

// The current system isn't open to women - can Jesus model a better way?

Written by Benedict Atkins

5 ways we can all help vulnerable children

// Single? Married? Other? Here are simple ways we can all improve the lives of children waiting to be fostered or adopted.

Written by Home for Good

Even Bruce Springsteen got dumped

// We feel shame when we believe that we’re the only ones who get rejected.

Written by Christine Gilland

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

4 reasons why I won’t be seeing Fifty Shades Darker

// The film is released tomorrow - but I'll be giving it a miss. Here's why.

Written by Annie Carter

Listening: our only hope in 2017

// Let's avoid the mistakes of the last year.

Written by Vicky Noble

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