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5 Things to Pray for Your Kids - Melissa Kruger

My wife was thirty-six weeks pregnant and it was the fourth time we’d seen the consultant.

“Pregnancy is so full of worry… can’t we just whip them out?” I asked, not yet knowing whether they were a boy or girl.

Our consultant – a Christian – looked at us first-time parents with the affirming smile of a seasoned mum. “The worry won’t end when your little one’s born. Mine have left home and I still worry.”

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The Four Horsemen: The Conversation that Sparked an Atheist Revolution

When Richard Dawkins writes about biology, he makes my heart sing. Few writers bring science to life in such a beautiful way.

He has an astonishing talent for explaining complex processes in a clear way without compromising on truth or detail. Reading it drives me to joyful worship of God.

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Goodbye to Goodbyes – Lauren Chandler

I recently said the hardest goodbye I’ve ever had to say.

We put her down in the cold-cot, being careful with her lifeless neck. And with pangs of pain, we left the room, saying goodbye to our stillborn daughter.

Worried about how we’d share this with our two-year-old son, I was so happy to come across Lauren Chandler’s latest kids’ book on Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead.

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Unstuck – Tim Lane

Psychology and Christianity haven’t always been best friends.

In the age of pop-psyche-self-help, Christians have been wary of do-it-yourself strategies to change our broken lives.

Its fruit looks attractive, but it goes off pretty quickly – the change doesn’t last. 

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