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How to Pray for Syria

Eleanor Dell | April 19th 2018

When we hear about conflict in Syria. it is easy to feel completely helpless—but we are not. ... continue reading


You have power. How will you use it?

Stephen Um | April 17th 2018

Most of us don’t realize the power that we have.... continue reading


Friday Quiz: Peter

Eleanor Dell | April 13th 2018

We're getting excited about The Friend who Forgives, a children's book about Peter which releases later this year (and we don't know enough about Obadiah for a whole quiz...) So we've skipped "O" and we're straight onto "P" in our biblical characters quiz series. How much do you know about Peter?... continue reading


Four Ways to Evangelize in the Age of Unbelief

Matt Chandler | April 12th 2018

As we walk couragely in our cultural climate, evangelism will look like showing hospitality. Yes, you heard me right. ... continue reading


Rediscovering the Lost Art of Lament

Stephen Um | April 10th 2018

How does God want us to deal with the great difficulties of life? Does he want us to ignore them, to get over them, to power through them, or to be crushed by them?... continue reading


You Don’t Want to Hear This (But You Need To)

Stephen Um | April 3rd 2018

We are not so distant from Micah’s day as we might like to think.... continue reading


3 Common Problems With the Cross

Marcus Nodder | March 29th 2018

The cross—the great climax of the Christian faith—can be greatly moving, but perhaps also secretly baffling.... continue reading


Is the Western Church Going to Die Out?

Matt Chandler | March 28th 2018

Matt Chandler has some words of encouragement for those who are afraid that the Western Church is dying out. ... continue reading


Should I give my child a smartphone?

Barbara Reaoch | March 27th 2018

The family’s decision to keep social media “off limits” had always worked well. But in high school, Eric’s friends began to tease him for not being on Instagram and Snapchat.... continue reading


Why We Have To Put Reading To Children Back On The Agenda

Tim Thornborough | March 26th 2018

Recent research has suggested that parents and carers are reading less to their children.... continue reading

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