Coming straight in at number one, this blog by Kate Wharton – posted only last week – has smashed all our previous records. Some were riled by it, and some nodded profusely at its true-to-lifeness. And everyone loves a list.
It’s ironic that in this the second of a number of entries about relationships, Mim Skinner implores us to stop rabbiting on about them.
A vision of what every church sign should say. Proper feel-good stuff.
Well, is it? Lots of you wanted to find out, it seems.
Carl Beech feels like a man at war as he urges us to start fighting the porn cancer that’s eating at the hearts of men.
The music’s awful, the sermons don’t teach you anything, writes Nathan Jones.
7. Girl About Town: Where are all the fun Christian guys?
So what is it about Christian men? Why are they so buttoned-up and proper? Our Girl About Town’s desperate plea for some not-so-straight-laced Christian men.
It’s not new, but it’s only a matter of time before those assessing the damage realise how deeply and negatively porn is affecting our generation.
More stuff on sex. Christians aren’t obsessed. Really…
10. Three reasons you should ask that girl out
Cory Copeland swoops in like a Yank in shining armour to give some much-needed advice to our British Christian boys.
The night you’d been waiting for has finally arrived… Sorry, more stuff on sex.
No sermon, prep class or relationship can teach you more about marriage than brushing your teeth next to your room-mates, writes Lyndsey Graves.
Jonty Langley gets angry – and hilarious – in this blasting of worship time clichés.
Danny Webster leads the British fightback.
Maybe it’s all that ‘men hate church’ rubbish…
Go paintballing, drive to the beach, tell jokes, and most importantly, be infectious. Jamie Cutteridge says church should be a bit more like Top Gear.
Katharine Welby wants church to be a bit more inclusive. Some people disagreed…
Before you became a Christian, the idea of writing a Christian cover of One Direction’s That’s What Makes You Beautiful called Jesus’s Love is Beautiful would have seemed, quite frankly, awful.
Our Girl About Town gets herself in a tizz when she falls for Atheist Boy.
She’s trying to go on 30 dates with 30 different guys before she’s turned 30. Atheist Miss 29 asks for our help in finding her a Christian.
PS, just in case you’re wondering. We don’t just post about sex and dating and critique the Church. Over the past year, we’ve posted stuff on Girls Aloud, Les Mis and whether Christians can drive 4x4s, about Starbucks and tax-dodging, about a monkey in a tux and Mad Men. We’ve written about Jimmy Savile, feminism, food injustice and the BBC.
Happy birthday to us!
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