Lola Jaye wrote her new book The Attic Child during the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, in 2020. Here’s what she told us about how the story unfolded
2022-06-01T15:33:00+01:00By Tola Doll Fisher
We discovered Tina RoseLawless via her Instagram account (@TinaRoseLawless). Enchanted by the photos of Tina in high-end fashion, her beaded creations and colourful style, our editor Tola-Doll Fisher was curious to find out more about the woman behind what is fast becoming a signature brand
As it celebrates this momentous birthday, we take a closer look at the history of the Girls’ Brigade
2023-11-17T09:30:00+00:00By Rosemary Hector
The world is starting to realise that men can be left feeling short changed. Rosemary Hector reflects on how we can address the imbalance.
2023-11-10T09:30:00+00:00By Kate Orson
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith announced that she was an 'urban nun' abstaining from sex, alcohol, violent entertainment, and excessive spending.
2023-10-23T16:27:00+01:00By Veronica Zundel
Veronica Zundel looks at the mistreatment of women round the world, and ponders the origins of such abuse
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2023-10-17T08:30:00+01:00By Rachel Allcock
Netflix's latest documentary following the career of football ace David Beckham, got writer Rachel Allcock thinking about Jesus.
2023-10-09T08:30:00+01:00By Kate Orson
Some Christians are sceptical about celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D's baptism. Here, writer Kate Orson shares her thoughts.
2023-09-29T08:30:00+01:00By Claire Morrison
Writer Claire Morrison explains why the 'daddification' of Mandalorian and The Last of Us actor Pedro Pascal is something Christians should be concerned about.
2023-09-25T08:30:00+01:00By Kate Orson
After a London Fashion Week catwalk show saw models with painted black eyes, bruises and split lips, Kate Orson asks how Christians should respond to ‘fashionable evil’.
2023-09-25T07:30:00+01:00By Catherine Larner
Rev Kate Bottley spoke with Catherine Larner about getting older, being on TV, writing a book, and the freedom of wearing a dog collar
2023-09-13T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle shares her thoughts on the latest of Disney’s thought-provoking animated movies.
2023-08-28T08:31:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Astrologers are reporting that Mercury is now “in retrograde” until 15th September, which they claim means disruptions for communication and travel. But what do Christians believe?
2023-08-24T08:30:00+01:00By John Reynolds
Influencer John Reynolds explains why, despite the recent ”Twitter” to “X” turbulence, he’ll be sticking with social media, plus why he believes other Christians should too.
2023-08-21T14:47:00+01:00By Veronica Zundel
Veronica Zundel says the unusual approach taken in the recent screen adaptation of The Hiding Place is a necessary reminder of the horror of the holocaust.
2023-08-17T08:00:00+01:00By Hope Bonarcher
Hope Bonarcher says the current trend in relationship advice is seducing a generation of women straight into bondage.
2023-08-08T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
The nation’s hopes are resting on the Women’s England team but how many of them will have been praying about this tournament? Journalist Lauren Windle does a Google deep dive to find out about the faith of the celebrated team.
2023-08-02T08:30:00+01:00By Hope Bonarcher
Writer Hope Bonarcher shares her thoughts on the way men and Ken are portrayed in the latest Barbie release.
2023-08-01T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Journalist Lauren Windle had two main takeaways from the latest cult documentary to hit Netflix, but they won’t be new information for Christians.
2023-07-27T10:30:06.957+01:00By Jemimah Wright
Alicia Edmund is head of public policy at the Evangelical Alliance. She spoke with Jemimah Wright about her journey to faith and her passion for seeing God’s values outworked within the political arena and society at large
2023-07-27T10:28:52.303+01:00By Veronica Zundel
Veronica Zundel shares her memories of the slightly alternative and often criticised Christian festival, which turns 50 this year
2023-07-24T09:30:00+01:00By Tola Doll Fisher
Woman Alive's editor-in-chief Tola-Doll Fisher shares her thoughts on the highly anticipated Barbie movie.
2023-07-21T08:30:00+01:00By Mica Gray
Writer Mica Gray explores the latest TikTok trend and why it's helpful for our spiritual lives.
2023-07-20T08:30:00+01:00By Michelle Tant
Writer Michelle Tant looks at someone of the wedding traditions we hold dear, and asks what God thinks about them.
2023-07-11T08:30:00+01:00By Lizzie Hutchison
As the Barbie movie has its world premiere ahead of the UK release (July 21), writer Lizzie Hutchison explains why she's looking forward to the much-discussed film.
2023-06-28T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
The idea of getting older always concerned writer Lauren Windle, but she was surprised when she realised Sex And The City reboot And Just Like That… was changing her perspective.
2023-06-26T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi went viral at Glastonbury this weekend when he had to ask the audience to help him sing, but the moment was reminiscent of an important moment for Moses.
2023-06-23T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle offers a breakdown of the content of series six of Black Mirror from a Christian perspective, plus what the Bible has to say about the main themes.
2023-06-20T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle thought she had put her clubbing days well and truly behind her, but she would consider a glorious return for Atlanta’s Christian nightclub ARK.
2023-06-16T08:30:00+01:00By Jemimah Wright
The film version of pastor-evangelist Greg Laurie’s memoir is released on 23 June in the UK. Years ago Woman Alive’s deputy editor Jemimah Wright met some people who experienced the Jesus Movement in real time, so she asked them what they thought of the film.
2023-06-06T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
As series ten of Love Island kicked off yesterday, we look at the spiritual life of its host Maya Jama.
2023-06-02T13:18:00+01:00By Damilola Okeke
What can a major wardrobe malfunction on a pulpit in front of tens of thousands of worshippers teach us about total surrender to God? Plenty, says Premier’s Dami Okeke.
2023-06-01T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle offers a further update on Phillip Schofield’s axing from ITV follow revelations of an affair with a much younger colleague.
2023-05-31T08:30:00+01:00By Cassandra Maria
Presenter Cassandra Maria shares her thoughts on Disney’s newest live action film The Little Mermaid.
2023-05-25T14:41:00+01:00By Marcia Dixon MBE
Marcia Dixon shares her own personal experiences of travelling the world, including her first trip to Jamaica, her country of origin, and the different expressions of church
2023-05-25T14:39:00+01:00By Becky Hunter-Kelm
Stella Faith founded Moda Etik in Istanbul, one of the biggest fashion hubs in the world, as a brand and community to challenge the greed in the industry and to re-engage Christian women with fashion
2023-05-25T14:16:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
As Channel 4 release another show about nudity, writer Lauren Windle asks if they are really reaching their goal of normalising different body types
2023-05-17T12:15:00+01:00By Tola Doll Fisher
Woman Alive editor Tola-Doll Fisher on why coming of age story, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, in cinemas from 19 May, remains incredibly powerful even for adults.
2023-04-28T08:30:00+01:00By Rachel Allcock
When she heard that Are you there, God? It’s me, Margaret by renowned author Judy Blume was being made into a film, Rachel Allcock was curious to see whether there was ever more to it than the bits she remembered (bras, boys, and periods)…
2023-04-27T12:21:00+01:00By Catherine Butcher
Many of us will be watching King Charles III’s coronation on Saturday 6 May at Westminster Abbey in London, but what does it all mean? Author Catherine Butcher explains the Christian symbolism at the heart of the event
As this magazine reaches your doormats, the anticipation of King Charles III coronation on 6 May will be reaching fever pitch. The last coronation of a king, Charles’ grandfather, George VI was nearly a century ago, on 12 May 1937.
2023-04-25T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
As Channel 4 release another show about nudity, writer Lauren Windle asks if they are really reaching their goal of normalising different body types.
2023-04-20T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Writer Lauren Windle gives you a run-down of the talented Christian women who are on our big (and small) screens.
2023-04-04T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Writer Lauren Windle watched Netflix’s Wellmania with interest and amusement, but couldn’t help thinking there was one route to ‘wellness’ the main character should have tried.
2023-04-03T08:30:00+01:00By Kate Orson
Pop star Ellie Goulding's latest single Like a Saviour features a lot of biblical imagery. Here writer Kate Orson asks if she's converted to Christianity.
2023-03-24T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Can’t keep up with the Kardashian? Writer Lauren Windle gives you the lowdown on Kim K’s relationship with Jesus.
2023-03-22T09:30:00+00:00By Rebecca Hunter-Kelm
From manifestation coaches to money codes, believing in the power of positive thought and the law of attraction to create your desires are among some of the most popular beliefs of our time… and Rebecca Hunter-Kelm’s Instagram feed is FULL of it.
2023-03-13T09:30:00+00:00By Kate Orson
Miley Cyrus’ new single Flowers is one of the most popular songs in the UK at the moment. Writer Kate Orson asks if the strong message is as empowering as it initially seems.
2023-03-10T09:30:00+00:00By Lizzie Hutchison
As the sixth installment in the cult Scream series hits big screens, writer Lizzie Hutchison weighs in on whether followers of Jesus should be watching scary movies.
2023-03-09T14:00:00+00:00By Woman Alive contributor
A group of school children reportedly suffered signs of fainting, anxiety and other symptoms at the Galeras Educational Institution in Galeras following a séance session, believed by some to be a way for the living to communicate with the dead.
2023-03-08T07:47:00+00:00By Woman Alive reporter
On International Women's Day the first ever all-female audio version of the NIV Bible is launched - to show women that their voices matter.
2023-03-02T09:30:00+00:00By Claire Musters
To celebrate World Book Day, Woman Alive book club host Claire Musters and other book club members share the titles that have been transformational in their own lives.
2023-02-17T09:30:00+00:00By Katrina Moss
Katrina Moss shares the inspiration and story behind the Uk’s largest faith-linked art prize.
2023-02-10T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
A man on the internet used artificial intelligence software to create images of VeggieTales at Armageddon and you can’t unsee them.
2023-02-06T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
After repeated invasions of privacy former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson has released a documentary telling her story in her own words, but sadly there’s no mention of faith.
2023-02-03T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle delves into the ‘witch lit’ book craze that promises to empower women but often does so at the expense of Christianity.
2023-02-02T09:30:00+00:00By Bryony Wood
Writer Bryony Wood explains why she jumped at the chance to combine her two favourite things; Jesus and The Sound of Music, with her new book ‘The Sound of Musings’.
2023-01-26T09:30:00+00:00By Penelope Wallace
Christian author Charlotte M Yonge’s book was just described as “the best Victorian novel you’ve never heard of” by a mainstream YouTuber.
2023-01-24T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Writer Lauren Windle encourages Christians not to completely reject the idea of watching Love Island as it can hold more opportunities for sharing the gospel than you’d think.
2023-01-09T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
As heavyweight boxer David Haye reveals he’s in a non-monogamous relationship, writer Lauren Windle looks at polyamory in the Bible and asks why there was so much of it if marriage is supposed to be for two?
2022-11-24T10:33:00+00:00By Katrina Robinson
Katrina Robinson shares how she discovered the Latin American Advent tradition and provides tips on how to organise your own Posada
2022-11-10T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
As tributes pour in for Matthew Perry AKA Chandler in 'Friends', Lauren Windle takes a look at the words in his autobiography, Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing, published a year before his death.
2022-11-04T09:30:00+00:00By Suzie Kennedy
Living, the latest movie to hit cinemas today sees award-winning actor Bill Nighy facing his mortality and making difficult decisions. Here Suzie Kennedy shares her thoughts on the moving film and how it reminded her of God’s messages to us.
2022-11-02T09:30:00+00:00By Suzie Kennedy
Actress Suzie Kennedy went to see heart-warming film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris and found that the title character showed a lot of Christian values.
2022-10-04T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Worship collective Maverick City and Dante Bowe have parted ways after his behaviour was deemed to be “inconsistent” with their “core values and beliefs”. Here writer Lauren Windle suggests that the hype around this story does not match the behaviour.
2022-09-29T08:30:00+01:00By Belle Tindall
Christian writer Belle Tindall has avidly followed the unbelieveable events around Olivia Wilde’s film Don’t Worry Darling. Here she explains why our response is a bigger issue than Olivia’s behaviour.
2022-09-28T08:30:00+01:00By Suzie Kennedy
The world’s top Marilyn Monroe impersonator, Suzie Kennedy, was appalled by Netflix’s movie Blonde - the first X-rated film to be released on the streaming platform.
2022-09-27T08:36:00+01:00By Suzie Kennedy
Marilyn Monroe lookalike Suzie Kennedy reflects on the huge impact the Queen’s presence had on each of their lives
2022-09-27T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Tabloid journalist Lauren Windle started watching reality TV when Big Brother opened its diary room doors in 2000. She’s seen many Christian contestants compete on various different shows, but has never seen it done well.
2022-09-21T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Classes at Kanye West’s Donda Academy, named after his late mother, will include; Parkour, Christian choir and various other ‘enrichment’ lessons, plus the standard maths, English, arts and sciences.
At a special Service of Prayer and Reflection at St Paul’s Cathedral, London this evening, The Rt Rev and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE, Bishop of London, spoke of the Queen’s life of service, as well as our need to grieve. We share her sermon here.
2022-09-07T08:30:00+01:00By Tola Doll Fisher
In a culture where individual choice is king, more and more people like the idea of an arranged marriage. As Netflix’s Indian Matchmaking gains huge audiences, Woman Alive Editor in Chief Tola Doll Fisher, asks why we’re turning to seemingly outdated methods and wonders if a matchmaker would do a good job of finding her a husband.
2022-09-05T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Rapper Eminem is known for his controversial and – at times all out horrific – lyrics. But in his latest song on DJ Khaled’s new album God Did, currently number 1 in the US album charts, the peroxide artist speaks of Jesus as his Saviour and Shepard. So, is he a Christian now? Write Lauren Windle certainly hopes so.
2022-08-23T08:30:00+01:00By Naomi Miles
Naomi Miles was left disheartened after realising that all the Christian books for girls were adorned with flowers and butterflies, while the boys’ offering was plain and dark, and spoke of courage, leadership and strength. Here she explains that the church should be free of toxic worldly influences and we should avoid these stereotypes art all costs.
2022-08-16T08:30:00+01:00By Stephanie Pena
New film Redeeming Love is a beautiful tribute to God’s grace and the healing power of love, says writer and reviewer Stephanie Pena. Here she explains what it showed her about our bride groom and good shepherd, Jesus Christ.
2022-08-09T08:30:00+01:00By Bobbi Kumari
We all like the idea of getting a glimpse into our futures and plenty of people read turn to their horoscope for guidance. Here Bobbi Kumari explains how this gives the enemy a foothold in your life and that God offers a far better way of discovering more about yourself.
2022-08-08T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Jesus elevated women into places that the culture said they shouldn’t be. Here Lauren Windle explains why it’s so important to follow his lead and celebrate any woman who steps into ‘a man’s world’.
2022-08-04T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
There’s a new social media app in town with no filters, no friend count and no visible likes and comments and Christians are loving it. But would you try it out?
2022-07-15T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Being a wedding guest is an expensive business from travel to gifts to outfits to overnight stays, but the costs often start well before the day itself. Here, writer Lauren Windle explains why she’s sick of the large amounts of time and money required to have a friend who’s getting married.
2022-06-27T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
The popular singer has been open about his Christian faith in the past and famously attended Hillsong church in LA. Now, the Love Yourself singer, has opened up to fans about how Jesus has helped him deal with recent medical problems.
2022-06-27T08:30:00+01:00By Woman Alive reporter
Love Island’s collaboration has thrust sustainable fashion into public consciousness, here ethical school uniform provider David Luke explains ‘buzzwords’ of the moment and what they really mean for the items in your wardrobe.
2022-06-01T15:33:00+01:00By Cassandra Maria
Cassandra Maria is a presenter, producer and content creator for Premier Gospel. The radio show is hosting the Premier Gospel Awards on 18 June in London and Tola-Doll Fisherasked Cassandra some questions about herself, as well as the much-loved gospel show
2022-05-20T09:30:00+01:00By Suzie Kennedy
WW1 film Road Dance is a far cry from the sweet period drama writer Suzie Kennedy was expecting. Instead it told the powerful story of a woman terrified of judgement in the face of unspeakable trauma.
2022-05-19T08:30:00+01:00By Tanya Wylie
Christians are often portrayed as hypocritical, narrow-minded, and weird in TV and films. That’s why actor Tanya Wylie is careful before taking on characters with a faith.
2022-05-17T08:30:00+01:00By Belle Tindall
While many have negative feelings towards the idea of feminism, Belle Tindall argues that we usually fight for better opportunities for ourselves and the women around us but we should go much further.
2022-05-13T09:22:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Fertility doctor Donald Cline, an elder at his church, inseminated hundreds of women in his care with his own sperm without their consent. And disturbingly, he quoted the Bible as justification.
2022-05-09T08:03:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Ncuti Gatwa has been named the next Dr Who - the first black, gay man to be given the prestigious role. But is the young star a Christian and what is his faith like? Lauren Windle explores the Time Lord’s relationship with the Lord our God.
2022-04-26T14:56:00+01:00By Claire Musters
Professors Joan Taylor and Helen Bond talk about the women they discovered when researching early Christianity, and the book that contains their findings, Women Remembered
2022-04-26T08:30:00+01:00By Rachel Hanna
Disney Pixar’s new coming of age movie Turning Red explores many valuable and encouraging themes, but writer Rachel Hanna disagrees with one fundamental feature of the film.
2022-03-29T16:52:00+01:00By Suzie Kennedy
Suzie Kennedy says we put far too much pressure on famous faces to be perfect and thinks this might be a good time to question why we put them in place of God in our lives
Catherine Larner spoke to Lizzie Damilola Blackburn about breaking into commercial fiction with a Christian protagonist
2022-03-28T07:23:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
As the UK wakes up to the bizarre reports of Will Smith’s violent outburst at the Oscars, writer Lauren Windle tries to make sense of the events and asks why he had to bring God into it?
2022-03-23T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Friends is having a comeback as a whole new batch of teens follow the exploits of the six main characters. Here writer Lauren Windle, explains why she thinks you should let your older children watch it and why you should watch it with them too.
2022-03-14T09:30:00+00:00By Rachel Hanna
Northern Irish writer Rachel Hanna shares her thoughts on the award-winning film Belfast, that sees families struggle with the difficult choice between staying in a war-torn city or fleeing to unfamiliar and potentially hostile lands for safety.
2022-03-09T09:30:00+00:00By Lizzie Fraser
When our world comes crumbling down around us, we can respond from a place of fear or, like the Sweet Magnolias a place of prayerful peace. Writer Lizzie Fraser explains how she felt watching the second series of the popular Netflix programme.
2022-03-07T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Chancers have taken centre stage with the release of Netflix’s Inventing Anna and the Tinder Swindler. Extiquette expert Lucy Challender reveals the things to look out for if you’re conerned you could be getting conned.
2022-02-23T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Award winning artist Kanye West is all over the news for his divorce, his manic social media rants and arguments and his three-part Netflix series. Here Lauren Windle explores his faith journey from refusing to ‘put his life in Jesus’ hands’ to declaring that his ‘job is to spread the Gospel’.
2022-02-11T14:50:00+00:00By Tola Doll Fisher
American pastor Brian Sauvé sent Twitter into uproar with a post about how women dress on social media this week. Here Woman Alive’s editor Tola-Doll Fisher explains why she thinks he should be more focused on developing personal wisdom than telling others how to dress.
2022-02-08T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
After watching the new Disney+ series about the leaked Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee sex tape, writer Lauren Windle explains that the spotlight should not be on the famous couple, but on those who sought sexual gratification from their misfortune.
2022-02-07T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
The shocking documentary exposes a conman who manipulated women into giving him thousands. Writer Lauren Windle explains why it would be foolish for Christians not to heed the warning.
The Lady’s Mine is New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers’ first novel for four years. Claire Musters finds out about the romantic fiction she wrote during lockdown
2022-01-25T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Paralympic long jump world record holder Stef Reid is braving the ice in ITV’s hit show, but it hasn’t all been glitz and glamour for the sportsperson who lost her leg in a boating accident at the age of 15
2022-01-18T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Famously atheist, Ricky Gervais undoubtedly doesn’t believe in the ‘after life’ but his dry humour and raw honesty is a reminder that working through bereavement can be slow and agonising.
2022-01-12T09:30:00+00:00By Elizabeth Neep
Did you put ‘do more reading’ on your 2022 goals list? Well help is at hand as publisher and fiction writer Elizabeth Neep highlights the ten books she is eagerly anticipating this year.
2022-01-05T09:42:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Netflix’s star-studded film Don’t Look Up paints a grim picture of the human response to end times. But, despite the chaos, writer Lauren Windle was moved when the political satire included a touching tribute to God.
2021-12-24T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Got a present you aren’t going to use? Writer Lauren Windle explains why she thinks we should all be giving unwanted gifts a ‘second life’.
2021-12-22T09:35:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Billie Eilish offers an important reminder that it’s not just men who are affected by porn, it’s women too. Lauren Windle explores what the church can do about it.
2021-12-20T09:36:00+00:00By Ali Lawrence
The Strictly Come Dancing final 2021 was an historic moment in television, and it was especially significant for the deaf community. Deaf actress Rose Ayling-Ellis and her professional dance partner Giovanni Pernice defied all expectations by winning the trophy on the night, and they deserved every inch of the glitterball!
2021-12-17T17:28:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Following the release of And Just Like That, two women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault against actor Chris Noth, aka Mr Big. Writer Lauren Windle discusses what this means for the alleged victims and the show
2021-12-17T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Everyone knows the TV bosses up their game over the festive period in a bid to get our attention, here’s Lauren Windle’s round up of the best telly on offer this Christmas.
2021-12-13T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
The Sex And The City reboot And Just Like That sees the writers ‘up the ante’ to keep present day viewers on their toes, pushing the already sexually expressive characters to their limits. Writer Lauren Windle asks, if we need to ramp up the old classic, or if it was already shocking enough.
2021-12-06T10:25:00+00:00By Cynthia Ajayi
Don’t end up on Santa’s (or God’s) naughty list by buying cheap fashion items from disreputable brands this Christmas, warns marketing executive and affordable fashion fan Cynthia Ajayi.
2021-11-29T10:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Yesterday was the official start of advent, which means Christmas trees and fairy lights will be going up all over the place, but what if the festive season started in your house weeks ago? Does going big on the tinsel make you a bad Christian?
2021-11-25T09:41:00+00:00By Amy Boucher Pye
The woman behind the popular Woman Alive Book Club, Amy Boucher Pye, is an American living in England. Here she shares her memories of Thanksgiving, and encourages us all to take some time today to think about the things we can be grateful to God for
2021-11-23T10:18:00+00:00By Holly Satterthwaite
Holly Satterthwaite shares how identifying and killing the idols in our lives puts God back in the driving seat and makes us better witnesses of Christ’s love
2021-11-22T08:45:00+00:00By Babs Bray
Babs Bray felt great compassion for Alice Evans when the news of husband Ioan Gruffudd’s alleged infidelity broke. Despite Babs’s heartbreak after her ex-husband’s affair came to light, she was determined to forgive her ex and do the right thing
2021-11-16T10:19:00+00:00By Helen Roberts
With Bella Hadid candidly sharing her mental health struggles on social media, Helen Roberts looks at the devastating effects the comparison trap can have on us all
2021-11-15T11:00:00+00:00By Rachel Pearce
Britney’s prayers may have finally been answered as a judge puts an end to her father’s conservatorship, but Rachel Pearce questions whether the popstar is truly free
2021-11-11T11:11:00+00:00By Tola Doll Fisher
Succession has just been renewed for a fourth season and everyone is talking about it. Our editor Tola-Doll Fisher unpicks why she finds it so compelling
2021-11-10T10:10:00+00:00By Rachel Gardner
Rachel Gardner urges us to get over our embarrassment and fear of saying the wrong thing, because we have a vital role in helping to shape young people’s attitudes towards relationships and sex
2021-11-05T15:08:00+00:00By Rachel Mander
Would you walk 1,200 miles to get people talking about the environmental and financial implications of climate change? That’s exactly what Rachel Mander and a team from Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN) did ahead of the all-important Glasgow summit
2021-11-01T10:14:00+00:00By Rachel Pearce
Whether you earn the national living wage or are a higher-rate taxpayer, the Budget will undoubtedly affect your household’s finances. Here are some of the key Budget changes, along with tips for making your money go a little further
As part of Black History Month, singer Dawn Thomas reflects on her own history, the impact her parents had on her life, and the message of hope she wants to bring others through her music
2021-10-15T11:06:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle shines the spotlight on Netflix’s new, extremely popular, show
2021-10-12T11:03:00+01:00By Hannah Baylor
Hannah Baylor says it is time for ‘women to claim their worth’ and ‘men to challenge and change their own, and other men’s, behaviour’
2021-10-01T10:31:00+01:00By Chine McDonald
Author Chine McDonald spoke to Rachel Pearce about her new book, God Is Not A White Man: And Other Revelations
2021-09-30T10:28:00+01:00By Rachel Pearce
With the latest Bond film, No Time to Die, out on 30th September, Rachel Pearce looks to her favourite Bond girls for some hot dating tips… For Your Eyes Only!
2021-09-24T14:11:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
As the contestants take to the dancefloor live for the first time this Saturday, Lauren Windle explores what Strictly contestant Dan Walker can learn from his sashaying predecessors of faith
2021-09-16T11:16:00+01:00By Cynthia Ajayi
With London Fashion Week finally underway, fashionista and YouTube influencer Cynthia Ajayi encourages us to get prepared for the coming season
2021-09-15T13:17:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle believes Molly-Mae’s new job raises questions for Christians who love fashion
Having lost her son to suicide, Jill Baker marks World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September) by placing a lit candle in a window. She invites us to join her, and to reflect on the way we talk about suicide and support those around us who are struggling. She believes we can do better.
CARE chief executive Nola Leach calls for age-check porn legislation
Some animal lovers were delighted when Pen Farthing chartered a private plane to rescue 94 dogs and 74 cats from Afghanistan, but Rachel Pearce questions whether prioritising animals over humans is hugely heroic or incredibly selfish
2021-08-18T13:59:00+01:00By Bekah Legg
The language we use about violence against women matters, says Bekah Legg, who urges us to use our words carefully to combat a growing culture of misogyny and rape
Global Care is looking for volunteers to take part in its ‘Shack Supper’ and ‘Shack Shelter’ challenges. Could you take on one…or both?
2021-07-28T11:28:00+01:00By Sally Tate
As the summer holidays are in full swing, and churches are welcoming back their congregations, Sally Tate introduces RaiseUp, a new initiative providing a wealth of resources
The topic of gendered violence and gendered inequality is complex and emotive but one young woman, Natasha Eeles, has made it her mission to challenge and change it.
Lovely Chavan from the Young Christian Climate Network believes the G7 talked about many vital issues, but didn’t provide a clear explanation on what happens next
Rachel Mander from the Young Christian Climate Network reflects on the recent G7 summit in Cornwall
Avery Foley, from Answers in Genesis, explains that when God is the focus of our lives, we should naturally want to care for the earth he created.
On this, the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd, the US national prayer director for 24-7 Prayer, Lisa Koons, reflects on the racial justice movement born in the wake of his death and the teaching of Jesus about the pursuit of justice.
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.
Chine McDonald shares her thoughts on what the events of this week mean for the conversation about racial justice both in the UK and around the world.
2021-03-10T00:00:00+00:00By Macaila Britton
Piers Morgan, famous for controversial media commentary, shared his thoughts on Oprah’s interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry yesterday. Here's what Macaila Britton thinks
2021-03-09T00:00:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Millions of people are thought to have tuned in to watch the interview with Oprah last night. Here's why Lauren Windle thinks a response should come from the Royal Family themselves and not their PR team
As a news reader, Premier's Tola Mbakwe has been used to hearing and reporting on bad news almost every day during COVID-19. Here's why she thinks we should all be celebrating the latest from the royal family
In 2017 Amina was part of a group kidnapped by Muslim terrorists and held hostage for eight months. Five years before, the terrorists came to her home and slaughtered her husband. Premier reporter Tola Mbakwe spoke with Amina about her experience