Have you ever asked yourself where the tenets of your Christian faith come from? What are the historical proofs for the Bible you read?
The consequences of silencing the Christian voice are far reaching beyond just the loss of Christian freedoms, other voices will fill the void.
If you’re waiting for the perfect moment, perfect delivery and perfect argument you will never share anything with anyone because it’s not about you.
I have friends who still describe me as ‘religious’, and honestly? I find it a teensy bit offensive.
“I now think dating can be a healthy part of a person developing relationally and learning the qualities that matter most in a partner.”
Do you ever feel like the responsibilities are too big, the challenges are too big, and what others expect of you is too big?
The increase of worldwide Christian persecution is actually good news according to Open Doors, the organisation that has been helping believers since 1955.
Although more than half of Indigenous people are Christians, very few have read or heard the Bible in their ‘heart’ language.
Between Boxing Day 1903 and Boxing Day 1904, the incidence of arrests for drunkenness dropped by a massive 60%. So what exactly happened?
In this secular age it could almost be considered social and professional suicide. So why believe in Christianity at all?