Am I free?

// The visceral reality of claustrophobia can be something I experience walking down the street or lying in my bed, wide...

Written by Katherine Maxwell-Rose

Holy and horny

// Sexuality is a crucial part of women's health and well being.

Written by Tonya Joy Bolton

Let’s move into a time of shut up

// Three worship clichés that make non-violence a challenge.

Written by Jonty Langley

Sampling Friends

// How on earth do we handle the intermingling between guys and girls?

Written by Danny Webster

On Jimmy Savile and being a survivor

// They get away with it for years, while you somehow have to work out how to live.

Written by Helen Austin

Head-butts, hope and healing

// Our daughter, Cara, was born on 6 May 2010 and after 16 brave days she passed away.

Written by Neil Young

Hey Christian boy, the Rumble in the Auditorium and township disco Goth

// Jonty Langley brings us his pick of the week...

Written by Jonty Langley

Is Lance Armstrong still a legend?

// A drug cheat whose team ran the most sophisticated doping programme ever.

Written by Alex Fergusson

Scoring Looper

// The Hollywood blockbuster’s percussion specialist talks guns, drainpipes and other instruments.

Written by Charis Gibson

Love: it’s an act of will

// The unspoken rule is that there are some people it's just ok to bitch about.

Written by Ruth Mawhinney

Beating body image issues

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Written by Hannah Mudge

On depression and darkness

// It isn’t the job of the Church to be psychiatrists or mental health workers.

Written by Rachael Newham

Should we rejoice in the Arab Spring?

// Are our loyalties to fellow Christians more important than the overthrow of despotic leaders?

Written by Joe Ware

Romney/Obama mashup, all you can eat buffets and speedy novel writing

// Danny Webster brings us his pick of the week...

Written by Danny Webster

Dear Uncle Fred and Aunty Frieda…

// Did I misread the signs or was he playing games?

Written by threads

Embracing the Other

// Last February, my mum, brother and I decided to make a break for it and head for a cheeky week’s...

Written by Kath Dunn

A Theology of Florence & the Machine’s Ceremonials

// A suffocating sense of traditions, old religion and an exploration of the extra-material world is interwoven with the ever-present graveyards...

Written by Angeline Liles

Join the positive revolution

// It’s embarrassing to claim the title Christian, when those who proudly bear the name online seem to act anything but.

Written by Anna Drew

Mumford & Sons: Babel

// If you’re looking for radical progression from the energetic foot-stompery and opulent lyricism of their previous work, I’d advise you...

Written by Angeline Liles

Luke Sital-Singh – Fail For You

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Written by Nathan Jones