Monday, September 21, 2020
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Stories versus stereotypes

Maryellen Fairfax reflects on her recent "dentist-appointment-turned-life-lesson".

Our favourite ways to keep celebrating

The world has changed, but the best things in life are still worth celebrating.

A haven of connection

With an increasing epidemic of loneliness and mental health challenges, is the solution something that's been right under our nose the whole time— good, old fashioned church?

Avondale graduate’s embodied-living-in-Bible research now a book

Dr Carole Ferch-Johnson's research, now also a book, is a "fresh trajectory in scholarly exploration" that reveals how the early church used human hands and feet to fulfil the mission of Jesus.

Growing up: A parable

Hunting for a space that fits in a changing world.

28 Fundamentals: The right place to start

Scripture is where the human and divine intersect, thus making it the perfect place to begin any discussion about doctrine and belief. (Fundamental Belief #1)

Community: the Church’s greatest gift

In a world that seems more connected than ever, why are so many people struggling with loneliness and despair? And what can we the church do about it?

A place to belong

When people visit your church, do they feel like they belong? Or do they feel safer hiding in the background?

Training God’s workers

On July 1, Dr Andrea Luxton took office as president of Andrews University (US), the first Briton and the first woman to do so.

Only by love

"To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken," said C S Lewis. With the risk of being hurt, is love really worth it?
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