What we hope for shapes how we experience the present. The Gospel calls us to hope in God and his promise of glory and so in the power of the…
What time is it? How we understand history and eternity shapes how we live in the present. The season of advent reminds us that we live between the first and…
Working out God and faith can be messy and complicated, but at some point we have to make a decision: will we choose life or not?
Deuteronomy 20 raises lots of ethical questions for us. But it also contains the origins of of International Humanitarian Law and is designed to limit war and ensure peace.
The current crisis is an opportunity for spiritual renewal. God gives us hope in Jesus and a path through suffering in the present.
In his novel The Plague, Albert Camus says that our common human experience is one of suffering and exile longing for love. Through Jesus' reconciling work on the cross, God brings us exiles home.
How can we forgive? Should we always forgive? What about justice? We explore this challenging prayer.
How do we respond to coronavirus? God's word tells us not to be afraid because he is with us. Nothing can separate us from his love in Christ. Free from fear we can serve our neighbours in love.