It all points to Him, everything that had come before, the promises, the prophecies, the people. Here we reach the climax of God's story in a person, God's son, Jesus Christ. We don't understand him until we see how he fits into what's come before.
How do we make sense of those prophetic books? Are they for us? Are they just for the people of the time? We take a look at the rise of the prophets in one of the darkest times in Israel's history, the exile.
God's story is both cosmic in scope and intimate in care, we see that as he chose to fulfil his purposes in a family. But why did God choose Abraham and the people of Israel to be the ones who would be a blessing to the whole world?
Hannah kicks off a new series looking at the Book of James, written by James (obviously!) the brother of Jesus (wait, what?!). What does the poor guy living in the shadow of a super sibling have to say about being a Christian?
Do you know your Myers Briggs personality type? Introvert or extrovert? Does it make a difference to the extent you feel at home at your church? Here's one account of being an introvert at a Charismatic church.
Nailed it! Instead of celebrating halloween, why not celebrate the most significant movement in church history? Looking to Reformation Day (31st October), Tom unpacks why the reformation is worth celebrating!
It's that time year again, the shops are decorated orange and black, pumpkins fill the supermarkets and you've perhaps been invited to a fancy-dress party. How should Christians respond to the Halloween hype?