How C.S. Lewis Helped Lead Me to Christ

Randy Newman | September 30th 2021

It’s the intertwining of the two forces of mind and imagination that, I believe, made C.S. Lewis such a powerful evangelist, not only for me but for countless others. An expert on medieval literature may not seem like the kind of person God would use for widespread evangelistic fruit. But Lewis saw himself as a “translator—one turning Christian doctrine ... into language that unscholarly people would attend to and could understand.”... continue reading

On the Podcast with Rebecca McLaughlin: Evidence for the Bible's account of Jesus' birth

Rebecca McLaughlin | September 24th 2021

In this episode of the podcast, we talked to respected apologist Rebecca McLaughlin about the evidence that Jesus was a real person, explaining the reliability of the Bible’s accounts of his life and why believing in a virgin birth is not as ridiculous as it might sound.... continue reading


A prayer for perseverance

Katy Morgan | September 23rd 2021

Here’s a little idea of some words that could help when a prayer for perseverance is what you need.... continue reading

4 ways to use Rebecca McLaughlin’s new Christmas evangelistic book

Joe Henegan | September 21st 2021

Whether you love or loathe the chaotic run up to the big day, here are four ways you can use Rebecca’s book to show your unbelieving friends and family the life-changing truth of Jesus Christ this Christmas. ... continue reading

Preparing God’s People for Outreach (and Outrage)

Randy Newman | September 14th 2021

If you look at a short bio on the back of one of C.S. Lewis’s books, you’ll see that he taught at both Oxford and Cambridge. He spent much more time at Oxford (29 years) and moved to Cambridge only for the last seven years of his career. You may wonder why he made the switch. If you read a fuller biography, you learn that it involved a fair amount of personal pain and no small amount of persecution for his faith.... continue reading

The True Story of Betty Greene, the First Missionary Aviation Pilot

Laura Wickham | September 14th 2021

Betty was only seven years old when pilot Charles Lindbergh became the first man to fly solo across the Atlantic. This sparked an interest in airplanes in Betty, which became a real passion when her big brother, Joe, started to take flying lessons. Joe would tell Betty everything he’d learned, and Betty would listen, wishing that one day she too could fly.... continue reading

The True Story of Gladys Aylward, Missionary to China

Laura Wickham | September 14th 2021

Gladys Aylward was the daughter of Rosina and Thomas Aylward. They lived in north London, where they led a simple but happy life. While Gladys was attending church in her twenties, she felt called to serve God in China. Determined to follow her dream, Gladys enrolled at missionary school. Sadly, she didn’t pass her theology exam and was told that she couldn’t go to China after all.... continue reading

On the Podcast with Laura Wifler: Teaching Our Kids to Pray

Laura Wifler | September 10th 2021

In this episode we chat to Laura Wifler, co-founder of Risen Motherhood about her new kids book Any Time, Any Place, Any Prayer.... continue reading


The Making of a Kid's Book: Any Time, Any Place, Any Prayer

Bethany McIlrath | September 9th 2021

Creating a kids' book is a team effort! The team consists of an editor, an illustrator, an art director, and of course, an author. That doesn't include other team members, like those who actually print the books, those who coordinate their distribution.... continue reading

Five Ways To Help Kids Learn To Pray

Laura Wifler | September 7th 2021

As a mom to three children, I long for all my children to learn to talk with God easily and freely. In my own personal life, I’ve seen firsthand how prayer is a spiritual discipline that grows when cultivated. While only God can work in a child’s heart to produce true regeneration and authentic love, there are many things we as adults can do to help children grow and develop the habit of taking everything to God in prayer. Here are five ways to help young children learn to pray. ... continue reading