This story is an exploration of the divine inclination towards “social justice”, what social justice should look like in the life of the believer, and how the way that we treat others in this life informs our treatment in the next.
In terms of declaring God in a secular society, genuine Christian living is our best tool, maybe even our only hope.
We must be intentional about slowing down the pace of our lives so that we can reorder our priorities and live out the greatest commandment.
Parable: A friend in need; a persistent widow “Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they I should always pray and
According to Olivia Fairfax, pride and self-deprecation are not as dissimilar as one might originally think . . .
True worship in Christ cannot be confined to any single institutional structure. The Spirit is free like the wind.
Rochelle Melville offers a fresh perspective on a classic parable.
“And who is my neighbour?” Dr Norman Young takes an in-depth look at the question that inspired Jesus’ well-known parable.
A singer and a drummer each visit a new church. One stays and finds a family; the other leaves and never returns.