Friday Quiz: The Letter V

Rachel Jones | January 11th 2019

Visions, vineyards and vomit… take on our V-themed Bible quiz. Can you claim the victory, or have you been reading your Bible in a vegetative state of late?!... continue reading

 

Personality Assessments: What value do they have?

Timothy Lane | January 10th 2019

In the past few decades, personality assessments have become increasingly popular. Companies are spending big money on them. Churches, too, are using them for team building and to help staff increase personal awareness.... continue reading

 

The Time John Lennox Was Pressured To Give Up His Christianity By Cambridge Academia

John Lennox | January 9th 2019

He said, “If you want a career in science, you must give up this childish faith in God. If you do not, then it will cripple you intellectually and you will suffer by comparison with your peers. You simply will not make it.”... continue reading

 

Should Christians practise mindfulness?

Timothy Lane | January 8th 2019

If you are alive and reading these days, you have probably heard the term “mindfulness.”... continue reading

 

Friday Quiz: The Letter U

Rachel Jones | January 4th 2019

We've uncovered a whole load of unusual and largely useless Bible trivia for this ultimate U-themed Bible quiz. But do you know enough to win the title of Bible genius?... continue reading

 

Jesus did a regular job, just like you

Marcus Nodder | January 3rd 2019

Jesus did a regular job. He worked as a carpenter. For years. And that’s worth reflecting on.... continue reading

 

Start 2019 on the right foot

Alexa Burstow | January 1st 2019

Here are two ideas to get going in the right way. ... continue reading

 

4 small changes that could make a big difference to your 2019

Joe Henegan | December 31st 2018

Manageable changes, inspired by some of our 2018 releases, for a big impact.... continue reading

 

Getting (Re)Started with Bible Reading in 2019

Carl Laferton | December 29th 2018

What changed last time you read your Bible? For most of us, the answer is: Nothing. And so, for many of us, Bible reading slides into short spurts punctuating longer gaps. Others are more disciplined and optimistic. So we continue reading our Bible each day, hoping that in tomorrow’s reading, it’ll “work”, it will all click into place, and something will change. But we never reach tomorrow.... continue reading

 

Top 10 Blogs of 2018

Eleanor Dell | December 27th 2018

This year our blog has seen many thought-provoking pieces from countless different authors. We hope that your thoughts have been stirred and your hearts encouraged by it. Have a look at our most-viewed blogs of 2018... continue reading

 
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