So, what should you do, when things don’t go to plan?1.  ”Failure” is a Biblical ConceptSomewhere along the line, we got to thinking that success means that we’re in God’s will, and failure means that,... More

‘When will you get married and become a real Christian woman?’ The unspoken (or in some cases, spoken) demand made of thousands of Christian women in this country. For the many single women in the Church... More

I'm so pleased that Alister McGrath is our keynote speaker at Unbelievable? The Conference 2013 this coming Saturday.This excerpt from his article "Evangelical Apologetics" has a helpful analogy on eating... More

I love Facebook, Twitter and social media – it’s a great way to connect with people online. But there’s also a danger. Sometimes the anonymity of the computer or smart phone screen means we can end up... More

It was in 1996 that Will Pearson-Gee’s world fell apart. One day while he was at work his wife his wife took their young son and daughter for a day at the beach. But driving home her car hit a lorry coming... More

He was considering Christianity, but as a brilliant scholar of history he had a question… isn’t the story of Jesus just another myth, like so many other stories of dying and rising gods from antiquity?His... More

I saw a sign on a church notice board recently; it said: There are some questions in life that can’t be answered by Google. It made me laugh, but I was also tempted to change one word so that sign would... More

Just as well!But when we’re under pressure you and I, just the smallest thing can set us off, right?So…how do we get our anger under control?Slow DownThe secret to getting your anger under control is,... More

Time for a Change?The other day on Twitter I picked up this quote from Dr Tayo Adeyemi in the UK – it really caught my eye: "You are either a blessing or a burden; an asset or a liability; a problem solver... More

Such apprenticeships provided holistic training, developing not just a skill base, but the character qualities required to become a valued and trusted member of the community. They were, of course, nothing... More