My challenges with mental health

// Everyone goes through dark days, but it’s how we see through these moments that make us stronger. A post for World Health Day.

Written by Jade Ashley Till

Dear youth worker

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

Written by Rachael Newham

They shall know you are my disciples because…

// ... you eat chocolate eggs with Easter written on the box?

Written by Dave Magill

Lessons in social media from Ecclesiastes

// Using one of the most interesting books of the Bible to critique our motives on social media

Written by Robin Ham

Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose

// Learning to choose to worship God in the humdrum of daily life.

Written by Charlotte Cameron

Learning to embrace struggle

// Why Lent isn't something you're meant to 'win'.

Written by Jennifer Goodyer

What we loved in March

// Our monthly roundup to keep you entertained and up-to-date is here.

Written by threads

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

Confession: I used to judge people who dated non-Christians

// Now I'm being forced to re-examine that.

Written by Girl About Town

Resting doesn’t make you a bad Christian

// Letting our hearts be at rest within every area of our life will bring more benefit than we know.

Written by Hannah Dallison

Christian? Or Disciple?

// Here's the choice: will we be a follower or a face in the crowd?

Written by Thomas McConaghie

Jesus: a radical activist

// Jesus caused havoc amongst the religious elite in his time.

Written by Rebecca Atkinson

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