In dark and difficult times, all we can do is stop and let the Spirit work.
“It was the worst of times, it was the best of times . . .” Judy Fua reflects on the events and emotions surrounding Jesus’ death and resurrection.
Rochelle Melville offers a fresh perspective on a classic parable.
We can learn a lot from how the early Christians reacted during times of plague.
Love God. Love others. The two greatest commandments are simple, beautiful and, as Paul Rubessa explains, “joined at the hip”.
A story for those standing at the precipice of fear and uncertainty.
When a visitor walks into your church, what will they see? What will they hear? How will they feel?
As a Church, the effectiveness of our mission hinges on how well we understand the people who we are trying to reach.
A Christmas thought from Pastor Glenn Townend.
Is there enough evidence to believe and justifiably prove a risen Christ?