In a workaholic age, the healthiest thing may be to spend a few more days in little rooms by the seaside – in restful, prayerful retreat.
2020 is ending in a rush and the first thing that suffers in busyness is reflection time – the art of seeing the meaning in our experiences.
While you and your spouse’s differences are real and there every day, when managed well they can help you become bigger, better people.
The world is in a mess. Many Christians are falling for conspiracy theories. We need a new renaissance and these commitments can help deliver it.
What are you running from? Where are you running to? This short story will have you longing for the freedom of wide open fields.
What would you say to your seventeen year-old self if you met them face to face? One strange afternoon I had such an experience.
Even though it hurts, maybe grief is the highest honour we can give to someone who loved us well.
A vivid sunset, a misty horizon, the vibrant life of a colourful coral reef. In the presence of such beauty could we in fact be glimpsing something more?
Are you a back office, behind-the-scenes kind of person? Well lift your head high as your work is indispensable.
In these divided times of raised voices and clenched fists, maybe the real measure of our humanity is whether we can step in to help those aren’t like us.