Posts

What We Mean When We Say God is in Control During a Pandemic

By: Tania Harris

God is in control. It’s a phrase we often hear in a crisis such as this. We tend to use it as a comforting slogan whenever something goes wrong. “God is in control” we say, when someone dies; when we lose our job; when our health fails. Read more

Good News in A Pandemic of Failed Plans

By: Tania Harris

What plans have you had cancelled due to the coronavirus? My plans for the next four months have been completely wiped out. Read more

The History of Revival

By: yesHeis

What does it mean to make history? Nelson Mandela, Michael Jordan, Pelé, Mother Teresa, and Albert Einstein are all names which are instantly recognisable to many of us.
Read more

What Seeing Jesus Tomb Taught Me About His Resurrection

By: Laura Bennett

Last year I returned from 18 days in Israel and Jordan. Together with my family we toured biblical sites, and immersed ourselves in the complicated history of the nations’ cultural significance.
Read more

The Tomb Is Far Emptier than the Shelves Will Ever Be

By: Stephen McAlpine

It’s coming up to Easter.

Bet you didn’t think Lent 2020 was going to take that much away from you did you? I was hoping people would be giving up oats, baked beans, minced meat and pasta. Read more

We Aren’t Perfect, But That’s Okay: ‘We Are Messengers’

By: Laura Bennett

Truth in music is often hard-won. We Are Messengers can only write and sing such uplifting, anthemic, spiritual songs, full of declarations about sin, forgiveness, and mental health—because they’ve each wrestled with these things. Read more

Remembering June Dally-Watkins: Style Queen and Woman of Faith

By: Clare Bruce

Beloved etiquette coach June Dally-Watkins is being remembered by generations of Australians as a woman of grace, faith and Godly values, after her death on Saturday night aged 92. Read more

What does Minecraft teach us about God?

By: City Bible Forum

This simple computer game had sold over 125M copies. It’s engaging, versatile, inventive, and puts you in charge. There are character costumes, themed parties, even international MineCon conventions.
Read more

People Need Real Not Expert

By: yesHeis

When you think of talking to friends or acquaintances about Jesus and faith, do you feel burdened by the fear of not having the “right” answers to the questions people may have?
Read more

The Madness of the Unforgiving Crowds

By: Stephen McAlpine

Our culture has a problem with forgiveness.  We live in a post-forgiveness world.  And it’s going to get brutal and cold if the trend continues.  And it is trending.  That’s the precise word for it, because all of the tools are available to unforgiveness to ensure it does.

Read more