From Soldier to Servant: An Australian’s Journey from Conflict to Chaplaincy

By: Michael Crooks

While deployed in the Middle East, Haydn Lea felt a calling from a much higher rank. Read more

If God Can Use Them, God Can Use You

By: Sabrina Peters

If you think God can’t use you, open your Bible and be reminded he can use anyone! Read more

Three Ways to Reflect on Your Life

By: Sheridan Voysey

In his famous poem The Four Quartets, TS Elliott says “We had the experience, but missed the meaning.” How true! Read more

How to Maintain Momentum by Pruning Your Practices

By: Michael McQueen

One of the most valuable lessons this year has taught us is that the life we were living pre-COVID isn’t necessarily the one we are seeking post-COVID. Though we have been longing for life to get ‘back to normal’ since the pandemic hit, there are many parts of the old normal that we would do well to leave behind. Read more

Christian’s Story — How My Work Became My Worship

By: yesHEis

At an early age, Christian Gray Hering knew he wanted to help people. He dreamt of being a missionary and pursued that by becoming a member of a missions organisation. That was until he faced a crippling battle with anxiety. Read more

This One Question Can Help Focus Your Life on What Really Matters

By: Sheridan Voysey

Pick up a typical self-help book and it probably won’t be long before the author tells you to Follow your dreams. As a dreamer, I love this advice. But if you were to ask my friend about hers, she’d struggle to tell you. Read more

Need a New Dream? Here’s 12 Questions to Help You Find One

By: Sheridan Voysey

Whenever I speak on dreams someone will inevitably put up their hand and ask, ‘What if you don’t have any dreams for your life? How can you find one?’ Read more

It’s Time to Pause Pandemic Thinking and Get Back to Future Dreaming, Says NY Times Bestseller Bob Goff

By: Laura Bennett

As we hit the halfway mark on 2020, it’s a year that’s looked nothing like many would have hoped or dreamed. In fact, it’s been a pretty crummy way to ‘embark on a whole new decade’ but, like any unforeseen situation, it can end up reorienting us and paving the way for a new (and oftentimes better) road ahead. Read more

In This Rare Moment, the Whole World is Living the Same Story

By: Sheridan Voysey

Sometimes I’m surprised at what I get nostalgic about. Recently I was reminiscing about the way in-flight entertainment used to be done on planes. Read more

“The Hand That Spins the Galaxies Wants You Here”, Sheridan Voysey’s Creed For Life

By: Sheridan Voysey

One autumn morning not long ago, I walked to an Oxford cafe, took a window table on the third floor, and pulled out my journal. Read more