Maybe I’ll click on this article. I feel hungry. Why am I here? I don’t think I want to move job. I hate this weather. Is there a God?Read More
“Dan, I’m using an app which records our phone call – legally I have to ask if you’re ok with that.”
“Legally, I am,” came Dan’s wry response to my boring question. Within ten minutes the app had crashed and our phone call was cut off. Twice.Read More
I assumed this was about its compelling content. But as I flicked through the book, some of the chapter headings I saw were these:
The Japanese Domestic Toilet. Zombies: They’re Us. Birdwatching. Adult Colouring Books.Read More
“When Jesus rose from the dead, he didn’t make a speech to the world; he made breakfast for his friends,” writes one author.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More