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20s & 30s/Book review: The Girl De-Construction Project

I’m sure many Christian women would agree that, as we strive to grow in our faith, we encounter internal and external challenges that, if we’re not careful, could hold us back – body image and identity are just a couple. So, I find it such an encouragement to have a book written by a woman who has…

7 January 2019
Sarah Paul

Discipleship/Creation care: being good stewards of God’s gift

The photo of Greenland’s melting ice has hit headlines. The pack of dogs were seemingly walking on water as their usual frozen paths are now covered in a layer of melting ice. This is a result of Greenland experiencing unusually high temperatures for this time of year, which could have a lasting…

20 June 2019
Sarah Paul

Mission/God’s greatest rescue plan

The girls, Isla and Eilidh, were on the beach when they heard the toddler crying and saw the man, who had his son on his shoulders, in trouble. The older girl swam out to them on her lilo and helped them to shore, while the younger one went back to get her phone. In life, some dangers are so clear…

29 August 2019
Sarah Paul

Discipleship/Welcome the stranger as if they’re royalty

In the midst of this grand reception of Prince William, the Jordan government announced that it would not take in any more refugees. While it must be remembered that the Jordanian government's limits on refugees are an understandable responsibility of the state, as there are already more than…

12 July 2018
Sarah Paul

Prayer/Indonesia: are we the answer to our prayers?

On 28 September a tsunami, triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake, hit Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province. Thousands of homes were destroyed and hospitals, hotels and shopping centres collapsed. The death count, which is already more than 1,400, is likely to rise, and at least 800 people have…

5 October 2018
Sarah Paul

Society/Good news in a bad news world

The news portrays our world in a never-ending cycle of unrelenting pain and misery. Well, so it seems to me. Though, perhaps for others, it’s a season of great challenge. Or, maybe this is, for some, just simply how the world is – sometimes bad things happen and sometimes they don’t. Whatever your…

21 March 2019
Sarah Paul

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Unity/Movement Day Doncaster: church unity for God’s kingdom

“The church is at is best when churches and Christians work together to make Jesus known.” Roger Sutton, director of Gather UK and Movement Day UK. Movement Day Doncaster, which took place on Wednesday, 19 June, brought together a community of church and civic leaders to seek continued unity in…

21 June 2018
Alexandra Davis

Prayer/Thy Kingdom Come: church urged to pray for people’s salvation

Now in its fourth year, the ecumenical prayer movement, which was launched by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, in 2016, reminds the church in the UK to partner with God to see family members, friends, neighbours, colleagues and others come to…

20 May 2019
Naomi Osinnowo

Society/Christmas: Emmanuel in public leadership

It might seem like an obvious message, but there was great power in hearing these words from senior national leaders in politics, the army and the charity sector. These weren’t just theories, this is the reality for men and women who have spent decades fulfilling their calling from God. Knowing…

7 December 2018
Abi Jarvis