In the Age of the Social App, We Are All Rated and Ranked

By: Sheridan Voysey

I spoke at a conference recently. With hundreds of people involved, the organisers asked us all to download a smartphone app to keep track of the programme. Read more

How to Handle Rejection

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

To get through life, it’s important to learn how to handle rejection. It’s hard to face rejection, but we’ve all been rejected, and we’re all going to be rejected in the future. Read more

Radical Love Helps ‘Shazam!’ Actor Zachary Levi Overcome History of Trauma

By: Laura Bennett

How do you think the world would change if loving others was the undercurrent of our conversations and the intention behind all our social interactions? 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

Becoming Undistracted is About our Values, Not To-Do Lists

By: Laura Bennett

We all know far too well how easy it is to set our mind on doing a task or making a lifestyle change, only to find ourselves completely off track with our goals and occupied by distractions. Read more

How to Handle Unfairness

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

This world is full of unfairness. Unfairness marks every life. No one can escape it. And how you handle unfairness can either make you or break you as a person of character and integrity. Read more

Could Debating Be Better with a Bit of Curiosity and Generosity?

By: Laura Bennett

It’s not uncommon, or even bad, to disagree with people and have opposing views but increasingly we’re seeing these disparities fiercely hashed out across multiple mediums leading to alienation, separatism and a deepening acceptance of cancel culture. 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

When ‘Reloading’ Isn’t an Option: Dealing with Real Life and Decision Paralysis

By: City Bible Forum

It’s really dark, but I’ve done this a hundred times before. I need to know where they are, without them ever finding out I’m here too, skulking in the shadows of an eerily empty street.   Read more

The Self-Help Gospel

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Have you tried the self-help gospel? Most people are interested in changing the way they think, and in improving themselves. It’s one of the hardest things to do! Luckily, it’s very easy these days to get information on personal development, whether online, or through other means. Read more