As Christmas is coming let’s dive into one of the most important books on the incarnation which also helpfully points us to the cross – Anselm’s ‘Why God Became Man’
What do we do when God hides his face from us? When we don’t see his grace or glory in our lives? Here’s some help from John Owen
Our search for happiness will continue in 2023 – happy new year!
Because of the amount of secular teaching on homosexual behaviour as acceptable, even within the wider church, Christians need to be aware of this controversy and know how to answer it
The Apostles’ Creed is an early statement of what Christians believe. It’s worth pondering over for a few minutes.
This is something you might hear quite a lot when people talk about the resurrection – but is it true?
There are many words and memories associated with Christmas. Here we explore 3 key ones that get to the heart of the Christmas story.
The resurrection is more than just a historical fact – it is foundational to who we are and how we act as Christians.
Hope is a central ingredient to our happiness. But we often take it for granted and when it is gone – where do we turn to?
Most people have a purpose that gives them meaning, even if they can’t articulate it. And this sense of purpose is a key ingredient to our happiness – but will it last?
The desire to be beautiful is huge in our society but it often goes hand-in-hand with low self-esteem and cannot last. But in Jesus we see beauty that doesn’t fade…
Many of us crave for justice in a way that impacts our happiness – but can justice really be satisfied without God?
Love is a key ingredient to our happiness but we know in this world it is fleeting – yet in Jesus we find a love that lasts.
We’re all looking for happiness somewhere, especially in these COVID times – have you considered looking for it in Jesus?