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Meeting God in Dublin: 24-7 Prayer gathering

Published onOctober 21, 2013 Author Lucinda Borkett-Jones

Maybe I’ve fallen hook, line and sinker for some great hype. But maybe instead I just want to see more of a Western Christianity that is ordinary but costly, considered but active, prayer filled and with a burning desire to seek the face of God.


Keswick Convention: Farewell from Keswick

Published onAugust 05, 2013 Author Heather Tomlinson

"Farewell from Keswick" - Heather Tomlinson takes a look back at what's been taught at this year's conference.

Keswick Convention: The marks of a healthy church

Published onJuly 29, 2013 Author Mike Hill // Heather Tomlinson

"The marks of a healthy church" - based on a talk by Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol, at the Keswick Convention 2013.

Keswick Convention: If you want to stop the Church from spreading just stop speaking

Published onJuly 30, 2013 Author Mike Hill // Heather Tomlinson

"If you want to stop the Church from spreading, all you have to do…is stop speaking" - based on a talk by Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol, at the Keswick Convention 2013.

Keswick Convention: In the beginning 5

Published onJuly 26, 2013 Author Heather Tomlinson

"In the beginning - part 5" - based on a talk by John Lennox, at the Keswick Convention 2013. He is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a lecturer at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics.

Keswick Convention: In the beginning 4

Published onJuly 25, 2013 Author Heather Tomlinson

"In the beginning - part 4" - based on a talk by John Lennox, at the Keswick Convention 2013. He is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a lecturer at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics.

Keswick Convention: In the beginning 3

Published onJuly 24, 2013 Author Heather Tomlinson

"In the beginning - part 3" - based on a talk by John Lennox, at the Keswick Convention 2013. He is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a lecturer at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics.

Keswick Convention: In the beginning 2

Published onJuly 23, 2013 Author Heather Tomlinson

"In the beginning - part 2" - based on a talk by John Lennox, at the Keswick Convention 2013. He is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a lecturer at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics.

Keswick Convention: In the beginning

Published onJuly 22, 2013 Author Heather Tomlinson

"In the beginning" - based on a talk by John Lennox, at the Keswick Convention 2013. He is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a lecturer at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics.

Keswick Convention: Mission of the Trinity

Published onJuly 18, 2013 Author Peter Maiden // Heather Tomlinson

"Mission of the Trinity" - based on a talk by Peter Maiden, director of Operation Mobilisation, at the Keswick Convention 2013, on John 20:19-31

Keswick Convention: People of the Trinity

Published onJuly 17, 2013 Author Richard Condie // Heather Tomlinson

"People of the Trinity" - based on a talk by Richard Condie, vicar of St Jude’s Anglican church in Melbourne, Australia, at the Keswick Convention 2013 (17 July)

Keswick Convention: Walking in the Spirit

Published onJuly 17, 2013 Author Alasdair Paine // Heather Tomlinson

“Walking in the Spirit” - based on a talk by Alasdair Paine, vicar of St Andrew the Great in Cambridge, at the Keswick Convention 2013 (16 July)

Keswick Convention: Following the Son

Published onJuly 17, 2013 Author Peter Baker // Heather Tomlinson

“Following the Son” – based on a talk by Peter Baker, minister of Lansdowne Baptist church in Bournemouth, at Keswick Convention 2013 (15 July).

Am I Missing Something? The Winners!

Issue publishedJuly 2013 Author Ruth Garner

Based on the popular Christianity magazine column, Am I Missing Something? written by Ruth Roberts, looks at Christianity through the eyes of a new believer. The book adds to the articles that Ruth wrote each month for three years, expands on her past and includes letters to her father about the challenges, and joys of trying to live a faith-filled life.

Wales Outpouring

Issue publishedJuly 2013 Author Sarah Lothian

It was ten minutes before the doors were due to open at the Victory Church in Cwmbran, scene of what has been described as an ‘outpouring of the Holy Spirit’. Hundreds were waiting in the queue as the white minibus pulled up and 20 young men leapt out and raced to a side entrance.

Dancing all the way to the bank

Issue publishedJune 2013 Author Lucinda Borkett-Jones

Only in Africa would economics be enjoyed through the medium of dance – though perhaps Mr Osborne would curry some much-needed favour with the press if he busted the occasional move on the steps of Number 10.

The Spirit Filled Life

Published onNovember 07, 2012 Author Ruth Garner

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of attending Premier Christian Radio’s Woman to Woman conference. The event was completely sold out and expectations were high. I went along with my Christianity hat on, and attempted to live tweet, take notes, listen and respond...

The Blue Marble

Published onNovember 07, 2012 Author Ruth Garner

I think it’s time I let you in on a secret. I kept a moon diary as a child. Not content with Barbie dolls, Sylvanian families or playing in the garden with my friends, every night I drew a picture of the moon...

Think before you tweet

Published onNovember 07, 2012 Author Ruth Garner

Your alarm goes at 6.45am, what’s the first thing that you do? Well, if you’re anything like me you reach for your phone and immediately check Facebook and Twitter...

Kate Moss and the porn industry

Published onOctober 15, 2012 Author Heather Tomlinson

When Kate Moss posed nude with Mark Wahlberg at the age of 18, it had a positive effect on her career. She was adult and she was consenting. So what’s the harm?

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