Keith Morris witnesses an example of empathy and comfort in an unlikely setting.
Philip Young is urging a radical response to what many believe is a climate change emergency.
Suzanne Cooke wonders how far we have come in removing gender discrimination since women were given the right to vote over 100 years ago.
Following those much-reported speeches from Trump and Thunberg at last week’s World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos-Klosters, Ron Skivington shares some thoughts on the issue of caring for the planet.
Ruth Lilley is determined to live her life with greater purpose this year, and is relying on God to help her achieve this.
Linda Nnene shares with us her thoughts about how many children a couple may choose to have.
How can we not agree on what’s important?
Robert Ashton is urging us to pursue a new spirit of co-operation and understanding as we enter the new decade. More ...
The Language of Love at Christmas
Anna Heydon has been visiting Germany, and realises how much better God is at breaking down communication barriers than she feels she is. More ...
All I want for Christmas Is… Hope
Jane Clamp brings us words of encouragement as we light candles to herald the imminent arrival of Christmas. More ...
Christmas message from the Bishop of East Anglia
In his Christmas message, Catholic Bishop Alan Hopes talks about the coming of Jesus Christ in the Nativity as a struggle between light and darkness in which there is only one victor. More ...
A different kind of Christmas
Andrew Frere-Smith reminds us that not everyone in our society is able to enjoy a happy and joyful Christmas time. More ...
Waiting on Christ
In the midst of the busy run-up to Christmas, Suzanne Cooke is suggesting that we pause and take time to contemplate the One whose coming we celebrate. More ...
The challenges of an Advent Election
Philip Young is urging us to vote in next week’s general election, and reminds us of the values that Jesus stands for. More ...
Thank God for our politicians
As the general election campaign intensifies, Andrew Bryant encourages us to be more positive about what our politicians do. More ...
A gospel of forgiveness of sins
Mark Rostron has been exploring the areas of repentance and forgiveness in the gospels, and share his thoughts with us here. More ...
Enough shopping days to Christmas?
Ruth Lilley is looking forward to Christmas, but finds herself wondering whether her festive preparations are sufficiently advanced! More ...
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