Coronavirus, God and the problem of pain
Considering Oxford mathematician and philosopher John Lennox’s new book, Where is God in a Coronavirus World?
Fatherhood and generosity
We’re living in a selfish world and when kids won’t share their toys it shows that the problem is fairly universal. Welcome to the challenge of teaching humility and generosity to your children and, hopefully, helping them to grow into happy and well-adjusted adults.
Changing one life: Why we started an advocacy project in PNG
Stuck for ideas, my study group formed a group to fight domestic violence. Little did we know the impact it would have.
God’s generous gift
What’s waiting for you under the Christmas tree may seem exciting, but there’s something far greater . . .
The rise of ultra-processed foods—and why they’re really bad for our...
The world’s major food corporations too often design their products to be addictive and then aggressively market them to us and our children. How can we stop the damage to our bodies wreaked by these industrially produced foods?
God with us: Jesus the Son of God
God so desperately wanted to be close to us that He sent His beloved Son to be born as a human baby, to live among us and to give Himself as a willing sacrifice. There’s only one thing left to do, and it depends on you and me.
Blue Christmas: Tips for dealing with holiday sadness
If you find yourself feeling down during the holidays, you’re not alone. Check out these 10 practical hints for surviving the season and coming out the other side smiling.
You don’t need to be a clone
Jesus prayed that His followers would “be one”, but His vision of unity is not about suppressing your talents and personality. No, He wants to see you achieve your unique potential.
6 Ways to entertain your kids this Christmas for next to...
School has wrapped up and the kids are already going stir crazy. How do you channel that energy in a positive direction without breaking the bank? Check out these fun family activities that will show your kids the joy and meaning of Christmas.