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    Laughing children, hot chocolate and a snoring dog on a lazy Sunday afternoon…

    2021-11-25T11:04:06.390Z

    Maxine Hallett reflects on her journey towards God, and the sanctuary she now calls home

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    You can thrive during menopause!

    2021-11-25T11:03:29.747Z

    Dr Olúṣẹ̀yẹ Àríkàwé rounds off our special three-part series on the menopause

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    Home is...a place to belong

    2021-11-25T11:03:15.763Z

    Elaine Storkey unpacks what the Bible says about the significance of our homes

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    Opinion

    ‘I have come to think that patriarchy is inherently violent’

    2021-11-18T10:22:00Z

    Veronica Zundel questions why the Bible is so full of strong, decisive women if we were created to be subservient under a complementarian system she claims was originally introduced to get women back into the home

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    Opinion

    ‘Sadly, bullying seems to be part of our human journey’

    2021-11-17T12:52:00Z

    Kate Neal says the growth of social media seems to have created a society in which bullying is more prevalent than ever before, with devastating and even life-altering effects

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    ‘We play a significant role in far too many wars’

    2021-10-22T15:07:00Z

    Elaine Storkey reminds us of that we should seek the peace that Jesus gives, for all of us

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    Who interprets history?

    2021-10-01T10:51:00Z

    Elaine Storkey shows us why history is vital, through the story of Stephen

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    Clues from the past

    2021-10-01T10:49:00Z

    Maxine Hallett grew up not going to church but, looking back at her family history, is inspired by her great grandfather

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    Opinion

    As darkness threatens Afghanistan, how can we pray?

    2021-08-26T13:27:00Z

    Clare Blake explores how we can pray for the people of Afghanistan as they face a grim future under the Taliban, with special insight from an Afghan believer

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    Opinion

    Has Love Island been redeemed?

    2021-08-24T14:05:00Z

    Love Island may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but as the latest series finishes, Sarah Carter reflects on her belief that when women like Kaz and Liberty have each other’s backs, there’s no limit to what they can achieve

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    ‘As God’s daughter I know that I am a work in progress’

    2021-08-24T09:49:00Z

     ‘As God’s daughter I know that I am a work in progress’’God has helped me embrace the identity of the person he knew from the moment he created me’Maxine Hallett shares how she found her identity in Christ, and how she prays her children will too

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    'Christian identity is always linked with Jesus’ identity’

    2021-08-24T09:48:00Z

    Elaine Storkey explains that our security lies in our relationship with the God who made us and knows us

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    Opinion

    Struggling with my faith

    2021-06-03T00:00:00Z

    Maxine Hallett shares honestly about her recent dark moods, which she has discovered are due to the menopause, and how they have made her feel far from God.

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    Opinion

    Community and creation

    2021-06-02T00:00:00Z

    Margot R Hodson, director of theology and education at the John Ray Initiative, shares how their village grew community at the same time as caring for creation

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    Praising through the pain

    2021-06-01T00:00:00Z

    Songwriter and worship leader Sarah Téibo shares candidly how hard it can be to worship in the most excruciating moments of life – and yet encourages us all to do so.

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    Opinion

    On the ground in Israel

    2021-05-24T00:00:00Z

    Elizabeth Atteih is based in Haifa, where her husband is pastor of their church. Here she describes what life was like during the latest escalation of the conflict between Israel and Palestine – and how she feels about the current cease fire.

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    Shame and the Church

    2021-05-06T00:00:00Z

    Have you ever felt like you don’t quite fit in at church or that somehow you are inadequate? Dr Sally Nash has done research into people’s experiences of shame within churches. She shares her findings here with Premier’s Maria Rodrigues.

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    Opinion

    What the minor prophets can teach us about suffering

    2021-04-22T00:00:00Z

    Where do you turn to when you’re struggling? Chances are that you don’t turn to the books of the minor prophets in the Bible, but author Debbie Duncan shared with Premier’s Maria Rodrigues why these books are full of gems that are helpful for life in the 21st century.

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    Opinion

    ‘Angels appear to me’

    2021-04-14T00:00:00Z

    Minister Charlynne Boddie has had numerous angelic encounters. Here is a snippet of the story she shared with Premier’s Maria Rodrigues.

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    Opinion

    Finding hope in the wilderness

    2021-04-08T00:00:00Z

    There has been a lot of talk about hope in recent days. We remain hopeful that lockdown will continue to ease in the way the government has outlined. We are hopeful that we can visit friends and family – and even stay with them. We hope that we will soon be able to sing alongside our church family again.