Why our church threw out our mission statement

// So millennials are sick of mission statements? Here’s why our church doesn’t have one...

Written by Jenny Bridgman

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

Taking a page from the Book of Mormon

// How a play about Mormonism challenged me to have a living faith.

Written by Hannah Kowszun

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

‘Churchianity’, or when your faith is flawed

// When the Church loses sight of the people it is comprised of, it morphs into Churchianity

Written by Annie Carter

Dear past me

// It's all going to be okay.

Written by Christine Gilland

Pretty hurts

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

Written by Lucy Steels

The kindness of strangers

// How a bike accident taught me about the love of God shown through strangers.

Written by Jade Ashley Till

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

10 businesses that are making a difference right now

// Here's some of our newest discoveries from the world of ethical business.

Written by threads

Why Jesus isn’t a utilitarian

// Jesus gives us relationship instead of a system.

Written by Joe Ogborn

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

What to do when you get cancer at 21

// There is potential that the suffering of the journey is not a means to an end, but a real place of discovery of both God and our identity in God.

Written by Gillian Straine

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

A call to holistic health

// Health is not health unless mind, soul, spirit, body and heart are all functioning well.

Written by Hannah Dallison

The God of my scars and the God of the stars

// How, in the mess and mire of self-harm, I’d missed God’s majesty and might.

Written by Rachael Newham

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