Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
We don’t all get to be what we wanted when we were kids. If we did, the superhero sector would be over saturated. But then there would be no one to do our accounts, and the dishes wouldn’t get done.
Carla Lindsey examines the tension that is part of God’s message given through the prophet Micah.
What does an All Blacks vs. England rugby game have in common with the life and death struggle of life in Syria?
Ingrid Barratt explains why the concept of ‘blessing’ has to be more than a Christian code word for ‘luck.
Carla Lindsey examines God’s calls through the prophet Micah to treat people well, use our power wisely, and to live lives of integrity.
War Cry talks to Christians working and playing in the film industry, about faith and the modern-day folklore that is the movies.
It was the Nation’s ‘Global Day of Parents’ on 1 June. Looking back at attitudes to raising children, one thing becomes obvious: we have a rich history of bad parenting advice.
Carla Lindsey looks at the laments of Micah, uttered in the face of judgement from an unexpected source.
Russell Rook is the keynote speaker for the 2014 Just Action Conferences.