The pain and suffering we see in the world around us, particularly during this Covid crisis, cause us to forget. Sometimes we just get distracted by the busyness of life. Remembering what God has done for us helps us in the present and future.
Lost again in Nepal
I am delighted to be back in Kathmandu to continue interviewing ladies for my forthcoming book ‘Come with me to … More
Jesus didn’t die on the cross to help us find bargains in shops. Or did he?
We all have that Christian friend, the one who attributes the most shallow of blessings to God’s provision. “Just look … More
Praying for Nigeria
One current tragically overlooked crisis is the ongoing and frequent kidnap of people in Nigeria.
‘The living sacrifice’, that’s Christ. Why is it necessary that Christ is both living and a sacrifice?
‘A living sacrifice’, that’s us. Why do we need to become living sacrifices?
It’s enough to be still
To be is better than to do; you taught me that, Lord. Though the lesson was hard, I’m thankful.Fruit comes … More
Coping after Covid
What do we do after Covid? Many of us have lost loved ones; others have watched friends and family suffer. … More
How to find favour
A few weeks ago, I was struck by these words in Prayer: Forty Days of Practice by Justin Mcroberts and … More
What is Baptism of Fire?
A friend asked me to read this article and to let her know if I agreed with it. It is … More
Appearing to Abide
Can you see the large branch stuck between the trunks of the tree? It fell in a storm and is … More
The Universal Call for Justice
Is it possible to look outside of Christianity to see people who carry God’s image? Can we learn from them? … More
A good day for miracles – a bad day for quiet picnics and boat trips
I had tons of questions that I wanted to ask Jesus. He had just had a huge run-in with the … More
Women who wish to be taken seriously
I came across this stunning prayer today in Celtic Daily Prayer, the introduction suggests that it can be prayed by … More
Well, this is it, the crux of Christianity. If Jesus weren’t a crucified saviour there would be nothing to believe in except some wise teachings. But He is that greatest of oxymorons, a hero that died, and came back to glorious life. He is still the great ‘I am’, His death at the hands of the Roman authorities was not the end.
Christian blood, please
If you were injured and needed blood, whose blood would you choose? Listening to a Nepali pastor preach this week, … More
When God shows His true colours
The facts are black and white.Love is the colour.When the facts are confusing, the situation chaotic, love makes sense of … More
The Nosey Trinity II: We want to know what you think
October’s survey questions are ready for you to complete!
I know of no Christian that does not occasionally doubt the goodness of God and whether He is present with them. Some Christians hide these doubts better than others, but they are nothing to be ashamed of.
The Nosey Trinity I: the results are in
Thank you to everyone who took part in our recent survey to discover what our readers think and believe. You … More
The Nosey Trinity: We want to know what you think
Today we are launching the first of our regular surveys to find out what the people who read this website … More