How to handle rejection
// Three helpful mind-sets to turn pain into progress
Written by Liz Bradley
Rahab: prostitute, ancestor of Jesus
// She's not her past; she’s all about her future.
Written by Ruth Clements
Jonah and the terrible other
// Why the washed-up prophet knows more about enemy-love than his armchair critics
Written by David Benjamin Blower
Risking to the sound of motivational quotes
// Because surely I can't be the only one?! The last post in our series on risk.
Written by Christine Gilland
The Bible is a story of risk-taking
// One of the riskiest things we can do is become a Christian.
Written by Cris Rogers
Can I risk leaving my dream behind?
// What to do when the doors close on you. The latest post in our series on risk.
Written by Yvonne Dodoo
I am free to risk
// But let's pray for those who don't have the luxury of that choice. The latest post in our series on risk.
Written by Jade Ashley Till
A letter to a friend on risk
// Continuing our series on risk: here's to stepping out into the next adventure.
Written by Simon Wilce
How I’m learning to leave my comfort zone
// As part of our new series on risk, Amanda asks what happens when the greatest risk is trust?
Written by Amanda Robinson
Risk-taking and rootedness
// An interview with Jesus Culture's Banning Liebscher
Written by threads
New year lessons from the X Factor
// We can make excuses about work, timing and circumstances and never make any impact for Jesus at all.
Written by Martha Moger
5 steps to making a bright idea come to life
// Yes, you've had a great idea - but where to now?
Written by Alex Cameron
Dylan goes electric
// Fifty years later, here are two life lessons to be learned following the Dylan's decision to go electric.
Written by Stu Bothwell
If you risk nothing, then you risk everything
// "Information and intellect are just the start, without action and risk, there is no progress."
Written by Anthony O. Thomas
On being a not-so-safe parent
// "I know that ultimately, my son belongs to God, and God’s vision is bigger than just what I or my...
Written by Anna Moyle