NEW IN CULTURE

  • Reaching midlife as a Christian woman (avoid having a crisis and embrace saying goodbye to youth)

  • I think Queenie contains a message for all of us

  • Sir Keir Starmer has invited us to join his ‘Government of Service’

  • Is Elon Musk’s Starlink and the internet morally neutral?

  • Women are rising to prominence in European politics, representing the hard right. What’s the Christian response?

Real life

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Kathy Keller on life after the death of her late husband Timothy Keller

2024-06-25T14:44:00+01:00By

Premier Unbelievable’s Ruth Jackson spoke with Kathy Keller about life after the death of her late husband Timothy Keller; pastor and New York Times bestselling author, as well as how her spiritual life has changed as a result 

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Sexism in the city

2024-06-25T14:39:00+01:00By Lizzie Hutchison

Lizzie Hutchison lifts the lid on what so many of us are dealing with in the workplace as well as the Church

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Not a housewife

2024-05-28T11:16:00+01:00By

Veronica Zundel admits her house is not tidy, but she still makes an effort to ensure people feel welcome in her home

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‘The most unexpected discovery I’ve made about faith after ten years of sobriety’

2024-04-22T08:00:00+01:00By

Giving up alcohol and drugs was life changing for Lauren Windle and on 22 April this year, she celebrates a decade of freedom from addiction, and a rich connection with God.

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Doubting the Bible almost shipwrecked my faith

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Ruth Clemence reflects on a time when she wondered if the Bible could be trusted. For her, it led to a depressive cycle followed by anger, cynicism and disconnect from the Lord

Book Club

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Wendy Grisham's books that kick up the dirt

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Wendy Grisham, deputy CEO of SPCK Publishing (and sister to author John Grisham), gives us insight into her progressive, radically inclusive faith, which fuels her passion for non-fiction books that bridge gaps and widen our conversations to reflect the expansiveness of God 

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‘Reading is a kind of magic’

By Jane Walters

Jane Walters is the chair of the Association of Christian Writers (ACW). Here she talks about her own journey of becoming a writer and why she feels Christian literature is so important

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‘Nothing beats a real book’

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Veronica Zundel waxes lyrical about the touch and smell of books, and reminds us of the treasure to be found in the ultimate library of books

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'I studied Church abuse and this is what I think about the Mike Pilavachi allegations'

2024-04-15T00:00:00+01:00By

”When initially faced with allegations the instinct across denominations has often been to protect the leader first,” suggests Rachel Mataraki. She says that instead we must learn to bear witness to the suffering of those that come forward.

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CURRENT AFFAIRS

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As a Christian woman who should I vote for?

2024-07-03T08:00:00+01:00By

Dr Kathrine McAleese shares her criteria for choosing who to vote for, and says: ’Character matters to God and as such, if I claim to follow God, then it should matter to me too.’

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'I studied Church abuse and this is what I think about the Mike Pilavachi allegations'

2024-04-15T00:00:00+01:00By

”When initially faced with allegations the instinct across denominations has often been to protect the leader first,” suggests Rachel Mataraki. She says that instead we must learn to bear witness to the suffering of those that come forward.

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Are we balanced?

2024-03-19T14:44:00+00:00By

The Engage Network is a collaboration of organisations, churches and individuals, with a vision to: “make singleness or marriage a genuine choice for all Christian women and men, through a church which is gender-balanced and teaches about healthy Christian singleness, dating and marriage”. Co-chair Annabel Wheeldon-Clarke explains how the male/female imbalance in Church affects us all