Research Shows Men Need to Talk More About Their Mental Health

By: 98five

Research has shown that men aren’t speaking up enough about their mental health, leading them to seek out unhealthy coping mechanisms. Read more

“Social Glyphosate”, aka Individualism, and How It’s Withering Our Society

By: City Bible Forum

On Monday morning I decided that I would take to all of our indoor plants with weed killer. Actually I didn’t decide that. I decided to feed all of the plants with liquid fertilizer, but inadvertently took the wrong bottle out of the cupboard and gave them all a liberal dose of glyphosate, a broad-spectrum herbicide. Read more

Change Doesn’t Have to Be Quick to Be Worthwhile, Says Author Hannah Brencher

By: Laura Bennett

Transformation stories are always so appealing. Whether they’re about pre and post weight loss, an underdog who overcomes the odds to find success or a once bitter mogul whose heart is softened by hope, we love seeing people experience positive change and believing we can too. Read more

Bring Your Grief to Your Workday! (Actually Please Don’t)

By: City Bible Forum

Imagine being free from our problems for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Imagine living in a world where we could disconnect ourselves from the nagging personal foibles that encroach on our work life and professional development. Read more

How “You Do You” Is Leading To Narcissism and a Mental Health Crisis

By: Akos Balogh

We’re the first generation in human history in which ‘You Do You’ is the default way of doing identity formation. ‘You Do You’: it’s all about finding your purpose and identity by looking within. Read more

“What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!

By: City Bible Forum

3pm on a Thursday afternoon. I needed to write an article but I just couldn’t decide on what to write. The low blood sugar didn’t help. But the indecision was due to more than that. Read more

Confidence in Cooking Could Improve Your Mental Health

By: Amy Cheng

Healthy eating is often linked to better mental health but a new study has revealed that the act of cooking healthy meals can also benefit our mental health.
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Are Your Led by Your Feelings or Faith? 5 Subconscious Lies That Can Deceive Christians

By: Akos Balogh

Over 200 years ago, a revolution was launched across the West. Or rather, revolutions. Western societies began to move away from Christianity. 

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‘Self-Care is Vital in the Unrelenting News Cycle’

By: Laura Bennett

Whatever your diet of news consumption was before the pandemic, it’s likely in the last three years you’ve watched more updates, press conferences, and alerts about natural disasters and world events than in previous ones. Read more

‘Lismore Draws’ Art Initiative Brings Hope to Flood Affected Kids

By: Justin Rouillon

When Matt Knight visited his hometown of Lismore following the first round of flooding that the town received, he knew he wanted to make a long term difference to kids who’d lost everything in the record breaking floodwaters. Read more