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by Joshua Etheridge

Mary, Did You Know?

Mary, Did You Know?

What would Mary, mum to the messiah, have been thinking and feeling that first Christmas? Josh unpacks his favourite Christmas Carol.

 

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by Ben Baker

Jolly Old Saint Nick

Jolly Old Saint Nick

Legend has it St Nick was less about 'Deck the Halls' and more about deck the heretic. As well as giving gifts to kids, he was serious about theological orthodoxy.

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by Charlie Lamont

Christmas Comes Early!

Christmas Comes Early!

When did you first spot the mince pies in the shops? In our rush to prepare for Christmas, don't let the period of preparation and waiting pass you by. Embrace advent, and wait.

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by Mark Watson

Simplicity

Simplicity

K.I.S.S: Keep it simple, stupid. We've probably all heard the phrase but but how can we live simply when our lives are so busy, there's so many voices, so much excess?

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by Hannah Lamont

Without Thankfulness

Without Thankfulness

We may have been taught from a young age to mind our 'Ps & Qs' but to whom and for what should we be thankful?

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by Gary Pitt

Living for the Giving

Living for the Giving

Is it really possible to live open-handedly in a closed-fist culture? Gary suggests that it's only when we give that we truly start to live.

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by Ben Baker

What the hell?

What the hell?

What's hell, is it real, and who's going there? Talking about hell, we're in good company, Jesus certainly wasn't shy about it.

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by Gary Pitt

Keep 'Pokemon Go'ing

Keep 'Pokemon Go'ing

What can Pokemon Go teach us about following Jesus? Gary's been inspired by his friends who've loved and it and those who haven't. Part 2.

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by Callum Elwood

Staying Fresh

Staying Fresh

I bet that dream summer feels a long time ago, want to know how to keep yourself from going stale as the nights draw in? Read on..

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by Claire Grant

Kindness

Kindness

The fruit of the spirit is...kindness, Paul writes in Galatians. But so often the kind thing is the inconvenient thing to do. Claire challenges us to let the Holy Spirit interrupt our auto-pilot and examine our hearts.

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by Aidan Watson

Greater joy in God

Greater joy in God

I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy down in my heart. Where?? Aidan encourages to us to find our deepest joyful fulfilment in relationship with the God who made us.

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by Ben Hampson

Self-control

Self-control

You may know friends called joy, grace, even hope...but I bet you've never heard of a kid called self-control, if you did you can bet their parents didn't like them! Getting straight this less popular fruit of the spirit!

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by Mark Watson

Comparison Is A Killer

Comparison Is A Killer

Enjoy scrolling your facebook or instagram feed, or does it leave you feeling others have it much better than you? Comparison is a killer, Mark helps us fix our eyes on Jesus.

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by Joshua Jones

God's Tattoo

God's Tattoo

Should Christians be getting inked? What does the Bible say? Would God have a tattoo? Scratch that...Does God have a tattoo?!

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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 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 Ian Paul

Reading revelation

Revelation - Challenge or opportunity?

Rev Dr Ian eases us into a book that so many avoid. Revelation is actually a book that can be read, and Ian explains how.

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by Ben Artis

Kill the dragon, get the girl

Kill the dragon, get the girl

Finding identity and purpose in the ultimate fantasy role-playing-game.

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by Toby Artis

Call of Duty

Call of Duty

What does COD have to do with our global family? Toby challenges us to think beyond the kill to death ratio.

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by Ben Artis

Lord of the mountain

Lord of the Mountain

There are plenty of things to listen to that surround us every day. Lots of subtle voices in our ears. “This is the way to success in your life” they say. It might be a marketing image telling you how important it is to be getting beach body ready. It entices us, when we’re confused about what life is all about, and how to live.

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by Sam Follett

Take nothing for the journey

Take nothing for the journey

Jesus invites us into an uncomfortable yet exciting way of serving Him. Sam Follett shows us Mark 6.

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by Gary Pitt

Best denomination?

Best denomination?

And the best denomination award goes to...

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by Ben Artis

Rebellion

Rebellion

I recently heard of a dietary program where you get a certain amount of ‘sins’. You’re allowed a few scrumptious treats, but not too many...

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by Angus Trimble

Already stirring - Mark 2

Already stirring

As Jesus' ministry grows, he's challenging the authorities and bringing about change. What can we learn from Jesus' words and actions?

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