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
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
Peckham Rye or Peckham Spring?
// How a church in Peckham is responding to gentrification.
Written by Jenny Dawkins
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
Looking for a God who agrees with us
// Learning to stop guessing and start listening.
Written by Matt White
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
// A parable about Euros and the kingdom of God.
Written by Jenni Brews
Connected … but alone
// We're expecting more from technology and less from each other.
Written by Charlotte Hendy
Do justice, love mercy, walk humbly … don’t gentrify?
// How do we understand gentrification, and can (or should) we do anything?
Written by Vicky Walker
A hipster speaks out
// And why you’re probably a hipster in disguise.
Written by Benedict Atkins
Wellness – what is it anyway?
// This January, let's take a look at the subject on everyone's lips.
Written by Hannah Dallison
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
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