Tag Archive for: FAITH

When Faith is a Quest

For some, faith is easy. For others, it is a perpetual “quest” that involves hard questions, searching, and dismissal of easy answers.

The Pleasure (and Value) of Changing One’s Mind

It’s okay to be wrong sometimes, and admitting we are wrong and changing our mind can lead to our personal growth, writes Aaron Johnstone.

I Am Not Who I Was Before — Kimberly’s Story

Kimberly grew up in a dangerous neighbourhood where drugs were sold and used daily. Living in such a volatile and toxic environment changed her.

A Creative Entrepreneur, Influencing Culture — Moyin’s Story

The pioneer of her own media career in a time where it wasn’t the norm to do so, Moyin knows a thing or two about living with a mission and never giving up.

Why Do I Hate Vacuuming?

Vacuuming is boring. It’s indoors. But mowing the lawn is exciting. It’s outdoors. There’s danger! Context is everything.

Okay, So it’s a Secular Age – But Jesus is Still Working

We don’t need to tailor the gospel message to make it more acceptable to the modern progressive mind, writes Stephen McAlpine.

Faith has a Powerful Message for Mental Health Struggles

Chris Cipollone, an author and speaker specialising in mental health, would like people to see that faith has something powerful to say for mental health.

‘The Faith of Elvis’: Billy Stanley Recounts the Prayers of an Icon

“I’d heard a little bit about prayer, but I’d never had anyone lead me in a prayer like that.” Stepbrother to Elvis, Billy shares with Laura.

Hey Christian, Don’t ‘Quiet Quit’ Your Faith

Quiet quitting the Christian life is when people bear no fruit because of ‘the cares of the world’… or as we might put it today, “everyday life”.

Does Church Matter?

The church needs to be made up of genuine disciples – even if the music is lousy, and the congregation a tad unusual, writes Brian Harris.

Seeing the Eternal in the Ephemeral: Can Sport Point us Towards God?

There are many things that are bigger than sport. But the uplifting moments are worth savouring when they come, writes Aaron Johnstone.

Treasures in the Darkness

Next time you’re facing a tough time, or perhaps you’re facing one now, Jesus has promised to be with you. There really are treasures in the darkness.

The Day the Queen Met the King

Last week, the Queen, who had so often heard the term “Your Majesty” spoken to her, would have spoken them to someone else. The one true King.

How Did I Get Here?

You know that feeling. You are sailing along with life, something happens that is not your choice and you think, “How did I get here?”

What if Jesus Never Knew You?

Why does Jesus reject these people who did good things, but accept the thief on the cross who, may never have done anything good in his entire life?

Our Knowable God – And the Unknowable, Hard-To-Please Gods of Ancient Times

Against the backdrop of mysterious, ancient gods that demanded mass killings of children, the God of the Bible shines most brightly, writes Tania Harris.

How Not to Slip up in Life

Knowing that God is not against us but for us, will help to protect us against overwhelming crisis in life, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.

Space Exploration Reflects a Spiritual Need, Says US Author and Pastor Levi Lusko

Levi Lusko has written about many subjects over the years but in his new book, he looks at humanity’s obsession with the celestial.