What’s your biggest problem? What’s the one thing, which, if it were sorted right now, would have the biggest impact on your life?Read More
You’ve probably heard the story. Jesus is at a wedding and the wine runs out.
So he gets the butler to fill six jars with water – huge jars that God’s Old Testament people would use…Read More
This was the question that came up in last night’s Bible study.
As my son’s favourite song puts it, “There's an ant, plant, hand span, ham, spam, jam, tram, Man, Ma'am, boy, girl, cheese flan…”Read More
Running in my new Nikes was like running on air. And I’d just signed up for a half-marathon. Aiming for the golden 13.1 miles, I added mile after mile to my training routine.Read More
Sometimes you read something many times before it hits you.
For me it was these words…Read More
Author, Elena Ferrante recently wrote about her fear of Jesus’ death and resurrection. I was another teenage Eleanor who was left cold by the same story.Read More
God chose the Roman Empire to be the setting for the central scene in his salvation story. The banner cry of this Empire was clear enough.Read More
Christians know disobeying God is wrong. But if God’s forgiven us completely, do we need to change?Read More
It’s been the coldest winter I can remember. It’s been a pretty cold spring so far too.
But last week, the sun finally got its hat on and we rejoiced.Read More
Sometimes we realise that we’ve spent our lives on the wrong things. We’ve been chasing the wind. Wasting opportunities. Living for what won’t ultimately satisfy.Read More
One of the best things about this time of year is scoffing leftover Creme Eggs.Baker and author, Ruby Tandoh, feels the same way.Read More
A family are at home.
Mum and Dad are on the sofa with their youngest, Bella. The eldest, Sophie, is upstairs in her room...Read More
Jesus’ resurrection on that first Easter Sunday transforms our future.
But how does it transform this Sunday afternoon in my living room, mug of tea in hand?Read More
Netflix binges and Saturday lie-ins all around the country are being interrupted. The new WeCroak app reminds its users five times a day that they’re going to die.Read More
"We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided." said Dumbledore to his students in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.Read More
God doesn’t promise a role-model mum.
Some adore their mums; others may have lost them.Read More
Growth feels slow. It did as a kid. It does as a Christian.
So how can we know if we’re growing at all?Read More
The Christian life is a fight.
As soon as Christ claims us as his own, the battle against sin begins to rage.Read More