Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
A study into Christian social media habits highlights a few speed bumps, but also plenty of exciting opportunities for creativity in online faith sharing.
I used to see Facebook as a mindless space where people shared photos of their breakfast and other mundane moments. Eight years on, I experience withdrawal if I can’t scroll through my newsfeed many times a day.
A man imprisoned for his faith is left to die in the snow of Siberia, but is miraculously kept alive. A Christian family escapes after rioters destroy their home … Mike Burrows shares some astounding stories from Christians around the world.
What is it about a new year, month, week or day that offers a chance for a do-over? How many of us have made well-meaning decisions about changes we wanted to make and these lined up with a ‘new’ moment?
It’s time to get to the heart of the Christmas story—God with us in our broken world.
Some people prepare for Christmas months in advance. I tip my hat to these uber-organised souls, but I’m not one of them.
Open your eyes to your hunger for God. Open your heart and mind to the possibility that God exists.
Just after midnight on 14 November, many around New Zealand had a rude awakening. A 7.8 earthquake struck 20 km south-east of Hanmer Springs and was felt up and down the country. I
The words of an angel helped Mary keep going when the path was hard.