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by Aidan Watson

Surviving Uni

Surviving Uni

So you're off to Uni...Congratulations! Daunted by what lies ahead? Ready for one massive party? Let our student pastor put you at ease and invite you to thrive as a Christian at university.

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by John Matear

A United Kingdom?

A United Kingdom?

Commissioner John Matear gives us a heads up on an opportunity that can’t be missed…

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by Ben Baker

Jesus MP

Jesus MP

Abolish trident and tackle corporate tax avoidance, tax-breaks for families or invest in green energy. What would Jesus do as prime minister? Is there a Christian way to engage politically in a disengaged society?

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by Cathie Watson

Praying For Our Frenemies

Praying For Our Frenemies

They say you should never talk about religion and politics, but how do you respond to those friends of yours who are on the stupid end of your arguments?

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by Josh Heyes

Jesus: The Real Person

Jesus: The Real Person

Fact or fiction? More like the man down the street or the man of steel? Have you ever thought Jesus came across a bit alien? Josh helps us see Jesus, warts and all, what was he really like as a person?

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by Hannah Lamont

It Is Well In My Soul

It Is Well With My Soul

Hannah unpacks her favourite classic hymn; an inspirational story of fighting for joy in the midst of suffocating grief.

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by Beth Calder

Have A Little Patience

Have A Little Patience

To paraphrase Paul: "life sucks really bad right now, and it's freaking painful!" Paul knew one or two things about being patient, so how can we go about bearing out this aspect of the fruit of the spirit.

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by Ben Baker

Gentleness

Gentleness

Paul writes the fruit of the spirit is...GENTLENESS, but what does that mean for us? Jesus says "learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart"...

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by Rob Palmer

Finding Peace

Finding Peace

Is peace one of the first things you think of when you desire a spirit-filled life? But if peace is the fruit of the spirit, how do we find it in our busy lives?

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by John Farrington

Living In Love

Living In Love

Has the way we talk about God's love made you cringe, yawn or die a little inside? We all know God is love, but is it really worth reflecting on?

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by Sam Mckee

Apologetics: A love story

Apologetics: A love story

"To love the Lord our God with all all our minds", is this the much-missed secret to a deeper Christian life? From Lewis to Livingstone, Galileo to Spurgeon, Sam encourages us to pursue God with our whole being.

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by Blake Hansen

What is apologetics?

What is apologetics?

The master-mind behind our brand new apologetics resource 'The Road' unapologetically unpacks what it is to defend our faith and why it's important.

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by Ruth Holmes

How to...apologetics?

How to...apologetics?

Our faith is challenged on a day to day basis, by our friends, media, society - but how do we respond? More than that, how do we offer the good news to the sceptics and the smarty-pants?

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by Mark Watson

Hitting the Spiritual Gym

Hitting the Spiritual Gym

Worship is not just something we do on Sundays, but how do we grow our relationship with God? Mark encourages us to explore spiritual disciplines.

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by Ben Baker

I Don't Worship God Like That

I Don't Worship God Like That

What does worship look like? Singing songs? Offering our whole lives? We are all individuals, and to have a healthy relationship with God we need to recognise that sometimes worship might not always look like we think.

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by Marcus Pagnam

Why Do We Sing?

Why Do We Sing?

Hymn sandwiches and repetitive choruses, we spend so much of church singing. But what's that all about? 

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by Elliot Cooper

Face the facts, don't fuel the fear

Face the facts, don't fuel the fear

It's Islam, not Christianity that is at the forefront of new stories these days, and not for good reason. But how do Christians respond to this? Do we perpetuate the fear?

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by Elliot Cooper

The Pillar Fight

The Pillar Fight

Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start when talking to our Muslim friends about our faith. Elliot shares some great tips for how to do this well.

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by Elliot Cooper

Jesus would have dinner with ISIS

Jesus would have dinner with ISIS

Canon Andrew White, Vicar of Baghdad, once invited a member of ISIS round for dinner, he received a sharp reply. Would Jesus have done the same? Would Jesus have had dinner with ISIS?

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by Laura Gartland

Divorce - pt 1

Divorce - pt 1

The emotional wounds our parents inflict are often the deepest, how could they not be? Laura Gartland shares her personal story of hurt and healing.

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by Hannah Lamont

Why bother with marriage?

Why bother with marriage?

Which one costs more - the wedding or the divorce lawyer? Is marriage really worth it? Hannah helpfully unpacks how the Bible approaches marriage.

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by Charlie Lamont

Making marriage work

Making marraige work

If marriage is about a commitment "till death do us part", how do we stick it out for the long haul? And whether you're married or not, what can we learn from Christ's example?

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by Aidan Watson

Why the Cross?

Why the Cross?

The cross is universally recognised as the symbol of Christianity. Why? Because it is THE big event, THE centre of history.

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by Sarah McDonald

#winning

#winning

What does it look like to be #winning? On the cross, Jesus won the total victory. On the cross, Jesus dropkicked death into eternity.

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by Abi Pitt

Blood, Sweat and Tears

Blood, Sweat and Tears

Getting right with God can be messy. On the cross, Jesus brought an end and fulfilment to the bloody old covenant.

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by Hannah Lamont

The Easter Gospel

The Easter Gospel

Spring, bunny rabbits and painted eggs or a gospel that "wounds, hacks and even kills." Which gospel has the power to make alive again?

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by Ethan Harris

Just God

Just God

He's a God of Justice, but what does that really mean?

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