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The Breath Prayer

By: Sheridan Voysey

One afternoon in March 2020, feeling overwhelmed at the news I was hearing about a virus called Covid-19, I took a moment to do what I often do in times of stress – journal. Read more

Friends, I Beg You: Stop Passing on Covid Information You’re Not Qualified to Understand

By: Sheridan Voysey

I recently posted on Facebook about getting my second Oxford AstraZeneca jab. As you may know, my wife has been the Lead Statistician on the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine and I’ve seen close-up the exhausting work done and sacrifices made by medical researchers getting this and other Covid-19 vaccines into the world. Read more

Ready for a New Adventure? Make Sure it Has These Four Things

By: Sheridan Voysey

If the pandemic has been good for anything, it’s been good for my local park. During the first lockdown, kids made a line of hand-painted rocks that snaked for yards and yards. Fairy houses with tiny doors, windows and picket fences appeared at the base of tree trunks, and recently a community library was set up. Thanks to the ingenuity of locals, the park has never been so alive! Read more

Relax. You Don’t Need to Have an Opinion on Everything

By: Sheridan Voysey

After Oprah’s interview with Harry and Meghan a couple of weeks ago, public discussion has been polarised. Read more

Healing the Wounds of Jesus’ Followers

By: Sheridan Voysey

I write this with a heavy heart, as heavy as yours may already be from the revelations of Ravi Zacharias’ hidden life. If you hadn’t heard of him, Zacharias was considered one of this era’s greatest Christian apologists. If you haven’t heard the news, an independent investigation found he had systematically groomed vulnerable women over many years, plying them with attention and gifts, obligating them to return sexual favours, threatening them should they ever tell. Read more

Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

By: Sheridan Voysey

How can we cultivate, care for, tend our soul right now to stay, well, sane? Here are six strategies I’m trying to implement with links to explore some related practices. Read more

Listen For the Voice that Can Only Be Heard in Stillness

By: Sheridan Voysey

Stop. Breathe. Interrupt the rush. There is deep meaning to be found in our everyday lives, but we won’t find it if we don’t pause to reflect, listening for the Voice that can only be heard in stillness. 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

You’re Both So Different? That Could Be What Makes Your Marriage Work

By: Sheridan Voysey

Twenty-something anniversaries later, I sometimes look at my wife Merryn and wonder how this marriage of ours works. Read more

We Need a New Renaissance of Faith. These Three Commitments Can Help

By: Sheridan Voysey

Five hundred years ago the Renaissance brought an explosion of art, science, geographical discovery and religious ideas into the world. What would it take to see a new renaissance (rebirth) of wisdom, creativity, community and faith in this coming decade? Read more