Should I Laugh Or Cry? Teaching Emotional Intelligence to Children

Tim Thornborough | March 12th 2019

Parents have a built in feedback loop for emotions in their children. We cuddle them when they cry; we tell them to “stop being silly” when they get hysterical with giggles and can’t stop. And we instinctively protect them from experiencing the “excessive” emotions of sadness, grief, disappointment.... continue reading


What's On Our Bookshelves?

Joe Henegan | March 7th 2019

Our bookshelves say a lot about who we are - what ideas have lived with us, challenged us and formed us. ... continue reading


The Value of Praying Parents: A Teen’s Perspective

Emma Kruger | March 4th 2019

My mom once said prayer was like learning another language. If you grew up with parents who prayed regularly in the home, it would feel natural—like a native language. But if you waited, it became harder to learn. It wasn’t that you couldn’t learn to pray, but it would take more time for it to feel natural. It might feel foreign or odd and somewhat uncomfortable at first.... continue reading


The Irreplaceable Importance Of Family Traditions, And Why Lent Should Be One Of Them

Ed Drew | March 4th 2019

Family life is predictably unpredictable. It is chaotic and confused.... continue reading


How Glorious Theology Becomes Distasteful

Ray Ortlund | March 4th 2019

We corrupt everything we touch. That's a teaching of Calvinism, and we sure are proving it.... continue reading


10 Things To Make Lent Exciting For Your Kids

Ed Drew | February 28th 2019

Lent is struggling a little. It’s not really coping with our changing times. It’s slipped out of our cultural consciousness. Conversely, Lent’s little brother Advent seems to be doing jolly well.... continue reading


Why Do Millennials Feel So Nostalgic?

Rachel Jones | February 27th 2019

It’s the reason you click on those Buzzfeed articles like “13 Breakfast Cereals that Every 90s Kid Will Remember” or “17 Stationery Items We Need to Bring Back”.

It’s the cause of the hype behind the trailer for Disney’s new remake of The Lion King.

It’s the reason the last book I finished reading was Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

That’s right: I’m talking about nostalgia.... continue reading


6 Things Writing An Evangelistic Book Taught A Guilty Non-Evangelist

Rachel Jones | February 26th 2019

For a writer, it sounded like a dream assignment: sit down with eleven strangers, interview them about how they became a Christian, and write up their stories into an evangelistic book of testimonies for our partner organisation, Christianity Explored Ministries.... continue reading


The Joy of Bookshelves—Marie Kondo and Your Library

Tim Thornborough | February 25th 2019

Why do you keep books on your shelf?... continue reading


This Lent, Even if it’s For the First Time, Open Up Your Bible With Your Children

Ed Drew | February 25th 2019

Parenting is often the story of loving our children enough to muddle through when we don’t really know what we’re doing.... continue reading

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