We thank God and celebrate the growth of our readership in the last 12 months.
Why God’s four questions in Genesis 3 should still be asked today.
Concern for the poor, starting with those within the Christian ‘family’, is laced through the fabric of the Gospels and Epistles.
Healthy families are central to a Christian understanding of flourishing society. They are the primary institution where commitment, sacrificial love, support and guidance can grow.
A review of John Mark Comer’s latest book The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry.
The miracle of new beginnings, the miracle of justice realised and the miracle of changed hearts.
Caring for God’s creation is one way in which we can express our love for God.
Without context, God’s epoch-defining intervention in human history to rescue and transform the world, is turned into an anodyne children’s story.
Brexit has had a reductionist and therefore dehumanising effect. It encourages us to see people as ‘The Other’.
To act justly is to pay fair wages, and also to pay workers in a fair manner.
We the citizens have a responsibility, not just the politicians, for seeing justice done and advancing the good of our society.
Small blessings are still blessings; if it’s good, then it comes from above (James 1:17).
Concerns about the digital currency being used to facilitate money laundering, drug purchases and terrorist financing are high on the list.
Let’s resist being caught up in polarising narratives and instead adopt the Samaritan strategy: see others through God’s eyes.
How can Christians think about decluttering, our values, and our relationship with the things which surround us?
The temptation facing us is either to push the panic button, adding further confusion to the chaos, or to take flight and escape into denial about what’s going on in society. For Christians both of these options are simply unacceptable.
Jesus taught his disciples to love their enemies, and pray for those who persecute them.
Throughout the history of the church, the relationship between our faith and art has often been tense, ambivalent and confusing.
Human activity is threatening biodiversity across all animal species.
The Bible warns against using dishonest weights, but we have raised that to an art form.
The Bible warns us that an obsession with the ‘good’ of productivity actually prevents us from doing real good.
Are we simply critiquing the environmental debates being played out in public, or is there a solid biblical agenda for engagement?
Leaders who have the character and resilience to thrive in the midst of adversity are not born; they are formed by the choices they make.
Some of the biblical themes underlying specific verses about remuneration are justice, dignity and reward.
About 821 million people in the world today are undernourished. Jesus gives us a wonderful example when it comes to thinking about food.
The environmental crisis of the current age is symptomatic of a deeper relational crisis.