By: Neri Morris
Anything that distracts us from God, causing us to doubt and seek comfort elsewhere is sinful. So if loneliness comes from a place where you have taken your eyes off God, does that make it a sin?
By: Susan Browning
So I did this clean out of our garage and stumbled across a familiar storage box. Filled to the brim with books. Not ordinary books though, the kind overflowing the ink of heart ache spilt onto the pages. The kind where identity leaks out, is refined and then found. The kind where strengthening joy seeds are sown in the secret place. It was a box of all my journals right back to the very first one. Continue reading “The Identity Struggle – How to Be Known Fully”
Guia Gonzales is a content producer based in Manila. Through her ministry of storytelling, Guia sparks revival in the lives of others by proclaiming the good news of Jesus through media while raising up other Christian creatives in the process.
Continue reading “A Hero In Media—Guia’s Story”
By: Clare Bruce
James (Jim) Irwin, one of the astronauts on the Apollo 15 mission to the Moon in 1971, was a believer who had a spiritual encounter with God while on the lunar surface. It was a moment that would change the course of his life.
Continue reading “An Encounter with God on the Moon: Astronaut Jim Irwin’s Incredible Lunar Experience”
By: Jan Murray
Our guest blogger this week is Jan Murray, reflecting on Grandmothers helping Mothers. Is it a case of pure baby bliss? Or is it a family melt-down?Well, at very least, let’s avoid the melt-down!
By: Michael McQueen
With widespread change expected in our future the need for educational systems and educators themselves to be future-fit has never been greater.
Continue reading “3 Ways to Future-Proof our Schools, Students and Educational System”
It’s not easy to understand forgiveness, let alone accept it and give it to others ourselves. And if we struggle to grasp human forgiveness, how much more do we struggle to understand how God forgives, because God is not like us.
Continue reading “How God’s Forgiveness Works”
Dear Justin, I’ve been offered a promotion at work, which is great for the family – or at least it’s great for me and our income. Unfortunately it means a big move for my two boys (ages 7 and 10). They are both nervous about the move but especially about starting a new school. How can I help them settle in easily? Continue reading “Moving? How to Help Your Child Settle into a New School”
I was kindergarten age when I began smoking. I would pick up cigarette ends and smoke them just for fun. It was probably because of the lack of love I received as a child.