We live in a constantly connected world. It’s not a bad thing necessarily, but I think we have lost the art of being still. I catch myself sitting on the couch at night watching TV and scrolling my phone.
When we pray, we are usually talking to God. Telling God what we think we need. I doubt that many of us have heard God answering back.
By Gabriel Garcia Hollywood is a lot of things. It can be inspirational, it can be wonderful, it can tragic and it can be downright dirty. Above all, it is complex. It’s not unusual to hear religious leaders condemn Hollywood, and the entertainment industry as a whole, for a wide range of offenses. However, the […]
According to Christ, the criteria for being a Christian was never total uniformity in doctrinal understanding or a perfect faith.
We were never meant to do life on our own and as God’s child, He promises his Spirit to help and to strengthen us when trouble threatens to steal our joy.
There’s one commandment in the Bible that might make you wonder…Why did Jesus weep and why does he command us to as well?
Christians should be extremely careful about red rope Christianity and its ability to create pretensions that somehow we are better than others.
I wonder what could be achieved if we were willing to respond when the timing of God disrupts our lives, instead of waiting for when it’s convenient for us.
Growth happens when when we’re faced with circumstances we can’t control, conflict we’re forced to resolve, or pride we realise needs to be cut out.
As our society becomes ever more polarised in political viewpoints, this attitude can seep into our churches with devastating effects.