My Friends’ Dads Are Dying. So What Are We Learning From It?

By: Stephen McAlpine

It’s six years ago today since I conducted my father’s funeral. A bittersweet experience to be sure.

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Life On Mission is About Three Simple Things

By: yesHEis

History has been filled with famous preachers and evangelists who have shared Jesus with millions of people around the world. Read more

He Delights in You – Devotion

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

God delights in you! But too many Christians project their own feelings onto God, as if God thought and felt the same way they do. Read more

How The ‘Prayer of The Authentic Self’ Shows The Religion of our Secular Age

By: Akos Balogh

How would you define the religion of our modern Secular Age? Read more

Learn to Hear the Voice of God

By: yesHEis

“I want to talk to people about Jesus, but I just don’t know where to start.” Read more

‘Video’ Discipleship In a ‘Digital’ Age – Why The Church Needs to Catch Up

By: Stephen McAlpine

Tim Keller once posited a question along these lines: Why is it that so many young church-going people lose their faith within a term or so of going to college? Read more

Does Christian Celebrity Need a Cure? – ‘Christianity Today’s’ Katelyn Beaty

By: Laura Bennett

Celebrity and Christianity. What do you think about the relationship between the two? Does celebrity culture contribute to the downfall of leaders whose star rises too high? Read more

The Centre of the Universe – Jesus

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

The centre is Jesus, although it’s deceptively nice to think that you are at the centre of the universe. The ancient Greek philosophers thought that the earth was stationary, and that the sun, moon, planets, and starts all revolved around the earth. 

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Be the Real You

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

 Are you the real you? I actually think that many people aren’t true to who they really are and who they are meant to be. Read more

So Cringe: Unpacking Embarrassment

By: Amy Isham 

We’ve all felt that feeling. You’re driving home after a night out, or winding down from a busy work day when it hits you. Perhaps the sensation is so intense that you actually groan out loud, cover your face or shake your head. Read more