Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
Darren Elkington asks why we are so quick to judge people who sin differently to ourselves.
We’re almost half-way through the season of Lent, but there’s still time to gain something meaningful from this season—and perhaps to give a little, too.
I’ve learnt there’s no right or wrong, no best or worst place to pray. But there is an instinctive desire in each of us to reach out to God.
The idea of ‘hospitality’ makes many of us stare shame-faced at the floor. The good news is that being a domestic goddess (or god) has nothing to do with the real, radical act of hospitality ... oh, but it does have something to do with our gothy-sweetheart Lorde.
Every year on 8 March, people around the world celebrate International Women’s Day by recognising the advances of women’s rights socially, economically and politically.
Lieutenant Sharon Autry is a corps officer at Oklahoma City Corps in the USA. She recounts the day a tornado changed the landscape of her town of Moore.
Ross Wardle of the Corps Growth and Mission Resources Department looks back on the 1981 Springbok Tour.
Finding a genuine way to honour the Treaty of Waitangi.
Modern technology is making it harder for people to leave work behind.