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A Christian Perspective on the World Today

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Grief: some commonsense answers

We all experience grief and loss, but somehow there’s confusion about the “right way” to grieve. Let’s get some facts straight and note some useful and practical tips.
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At home with family

At its best, a church community provides the warmest embrace.
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Hope amid the violence

Violence, oppression and inequality are part and parcel of today's world. How are we to cope with this scary, new normal?
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ISIL and Christianity: not that different?

Terrorists see themselves as a prophetic movement that will bring on the apocalypse. Could they be right?
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Marathon Ended

The tragedy of the Boston bombings carries a great warning for our lives, according to Lee Dunstan.
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Managing Marriage and Money

Money issues can threaten many a marriage-but they don't have to. Kathryn Lay shares her experience.
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Desert Storm

A camping experience reveals to Greg Butler God's promises.
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European (Dis)Union?

Geoff Youlden believes the fate of Europe was predicted a long time ago.
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Be Fruitful and Multiply

Clifford Goldstein reflects on what last year's world population landmark means to us.
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Youth of the Nation

The implications of the Arab uprisings have more relevance to Christianity than you may think. Geoff Youlden tells us why.
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Keeping Hope Alive

Alison Atkinson-Phillips tries to find the truth and silver lining behind the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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Wars and Rumours of Wars

Given the increasing number of conflicts around the world, are we are hurtling toward the end of the world?