The Bible teaches us to be intentional about our lives, so far as we have the power, writes minister and former lawyer Matthew Hutton. And if we are Christians (or indeed Jews), to do so in relationship with God: “The human mind plans the way, but the LORD directs the…
This attractively illustrated book is an accessible way for young minds to find the resources for to deal with the challenges of everyday life.
It is less of a journey through the season with traditional Lenten themes, and more of a book to read carefully during the season to gain a fresh perspective on what it means to be black and Christian.
Tom Wright argues that keeping Lent and Easter together helps us to combine lament and celebration as we reflect on the person and work of Jesus.
Anglican priest and RNLI volunteer Mark Broadway introduces the themes in his new Lent book Journeying with God in the Wilderness
It has been announced that the free DailyHOPE telephone line has now closed after almost four years of ministry.
Justin Brierley has done the Church a great service with his popular Unbelievable show on Premier Radio, also available as a podcast, in which he has hosted conversations and debates between committed Christians, friendly agnostics and less friendly atheists.
The global figures are shocking: 75% of those who are blind, don’t need to be.
More than 150 Christian leaders gathered at Gateway Church in Leeds on Saturday 20 January for a one day conference to explore how churches can work better interculturally across the nation.
This is a wise and compassionate book that explores how our experience of human family has an impact on how we view God, and how our view of God can have an impact on the way we relate to our families.