Stop leaving evangelism to the professionals

// Acts has a lot to say about non-professional evangelism.

Written by Thomas McConaghie

An eye full of light

// When it comes to our view of God, do we really see Him as a good Father?

Written by Christine Gilland

Your body is a gift

// It's not merely an instrument, to do with as we please.

Written by Mike Tyler

The embodied self

// Finding a sense of true home in our bodies. An excerpt from Home by Jo Swinney.

Written by Jo Swinney

The unsafe family

// An extract from Home by Jo Swinney.

Written by Jo Swinney

When is enough, enough?

// There's always enough in our God. Part of our series on food waste, written by our friends at Tearfund.

Written by Julia Kendal

A naked prayer from a restless heart

// Teach me, Holy Spirit, to move forward amidst my tension.

Written by Mara Measor

As we vote

// A prayer for the United Kingdom.

Written by Joanna Callender

When being amazing isn’t enough

// Why the psalmists would have written about the pain of hearing: “You’re great, but no thanks.”

Written by Andre Adefope

Abigail: the woman who faced 400 men

// Learning from one of the Bible's most insightful examples of female leadership.

Written by Claire Rush

Secure

// You don’t have to be troubled or anxious or upset because He’s got your back, He really has.

Written by Karl Martin

Just keep swimming

// It’s a riskier ride, but a better journey. A post for Mental Health Awareness Week 2017.

Written by Rachael Newham

3 life-changing leadership lessons

// I've spent the last 14 years in a leadership role - here's what I've learned.

Written by Tim Magowan

You can’t sit with us

// Sometimes we can be so busy not being of the world, that we fail to be in it.

Written by Dave Luck

The boldness of Mary

// If God asked me to give up my physical comfort, would I agree? Further lessons from the genealogy of Jesus.

Written by Ruth Clements

Still sleeping

// The story of the garden of Gethsemane issues us a challenge.

Written by Emma Fowle

Dear youth worker

// Scars don’t define our young people and they don’t exclude us from ministry.

Written by Rachael Newham

When the sun and the wind had a fight

// Love is such a remarkably stronger force than power, that it’s a wonder more people don’t choose it.

Written by Andy Tilsley

A letter to Sam on helping the poor

// You said you wanted to fall in love with the Church, but I want so much more than that for you.

Written by Jenny Dawkins

Ruth: lessons in disappointment

// There is, in all the stories of the women of Jesus’ genealogy, the story of the wait.

Written by Ruth Clements