Neither rampant materialism nor absolute poverty are God’s best, explains Ruth Valerio. Ruth is an author and eco activist. She is also Churches and Theology Director for A Rocha UK, a Christian charity... More

When most people think about Easter they think about chocolate eggs. For Christians, Easter is about reflecting on the story of Jesus' death and His resurrection. So we've compiled a list of popular films... More

With the release of Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I'm still a Christian, Justin Brierley makes the case for a creator  More

Tanith Carey is an award-winning journalist and author, who writes for a variety of publications across the world. Her best-selling book, 'Girls Uninterrupted', looks at the steps parents can take to build... More

On your way to work on Thursday 3rd March you may have seen several school children dressed in princess, Willy Wonka or pirate costumes, and wondered what was going on. Well it was World Book Day and every... More

During past meet-ups with my ‘couple’ friends, the conversation would usually end up with them offering my single friends and I some marital wisdom. From the do’s and don’ts when assessing a potential... More

The purpose of this series is to consider how film can be used to communicate the Biblical theme of ‘Transformation in the Wilderness’. In each edition we explore a film-hero's journey in key scenes and... More

What comes to mind when you hear the term unequally yoked? What does it mean? And What dangers does it pose, if any? Elisha Marie Levy provides some insights into what the Bible says about the matter. More

The late James Brown, often referred to as the ‘Godfather of Soul’, wrote the song “It's a Man's World” back in February 1966. While the record was characterised as “biblically chauvinistic” by Rolling... More

John Buckeridge, Premier’s Deputy CEO offers five reasons why you should go on a Christian retreat. More