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?
If joy is a fruit of the spirit, what do we do when the fruit has gone rotten, when instead of joy we are filled with dullness and despair? Annie explores what it means to pursue joy in the midst of depression.
Martin Luther said we should tear it out of our Bibles, but if all scripture is God's word, what do we do with James 2 and it's seeeming contradiction? Blake brilliantly and clearly unpacks James' challenge to us to live out what we believe in.
Will you be going to see the new fifty shades film? Would Jesus watch Game of Thrones? Who were the disciples following on instagram? Ben has some great advice to negotiating the media and culture we consume!
Papa. Daddy. Dad. Abba. Sir. We find in the Bible God is a father. This can be a joy but so often is an ache to our broken hearts. Ethan opens up why we really need to know God as father to find peace for our restless souls
With question marks over what the Bible really says about sexuality, sin and society, we've got some folks wiser than us to help out. Here's Gareth getting straight what the Bible says about sexuality and how to talk about it with our friends.
You love Jesus, you love music, so you want to be a Worship Leader. Well how do you go about aspiring to this noble ambition? Our wise old worship pastor, Marcus says 'Don't be a sheep, be a shepherd!'
Are those new years resolutions still holding strong? Or are you already wallowing in the fact you're never quite good enough? God loves you as you are, but he loves you too much to leave you like that.
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!