The God Who Comes to You

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

The God who comes to you is not the God whom many people know. They mainly know the God to whom they have to come. Read more

Food Can Prompt Us Toward Godly Wonder, Says Writer Erin Davis

By: Laura Bennett

At its most basic, our consumption of food is about nourishing our bodies and keeping them alive. Read more

Why Do I Hate Vacuuming?

By: Sam Chan

I hate vacuuming. But I love mowing the lawn. Read more

Okay, So it’s a Secular Age – But Jesus is Still Working

By: Stephen McAlpine

I had the sweet opportunity to have a long chat with a “baby Christian” the other week at a church gathering. Read more

What Shall We Do About Our Coffee Snobbery?

By: Sam Chan

What is “sin”? Jesus might explain this way – “You know how if you drink a single origin espresso you look down on the person drinking the instant coffee? Well … that’s sin. Read more

When a Jewish Thought Leader Flies the Flag for Christianity

By: Kristian Johnson

When a Jewish thought-leader is championing the cause of Christianity, you know there’s got to be good reason. Read more

Faith has a Powerful Message for Mental Health Struggles

By: Amy Cheng

Understanding that we are children of God, and the hope that brings us, can help us better manage and tackle mental health, a Sydney pastor has said. Read more

Hey Christian, Don’t ‘Quiet Quit’ Your Faith

By: Stephen McAlpine

Hey Christian, are you in danger of quiet quitting your faith?  You know what quiet quitting is, don’t you? Read more

Does Church Matter?

By: Brian Harris

I’ve just finished teaching a week long intensive called “Denominational Distinctives.” Read more

Between Toxic Positivity and a ‘Deus Remotus’: Getting the Balance Right

By: Brian Harris

Toxic positivity is a new buzz word which rightly laments the irritating habit of attributing something positive to everything that happens, the kind of “if life serves you lemons, make lemonade” mindset which undergirds most bumper stickers and many sermon slogans. Read more