18 October 2017

News

Mission 2013 launched to leaders. Over 1,000 Christian leaders from across the UK (representing an estimated 2 million Christians) attended a special Leader’s Lunch, prior to The National Day of Prayer & Worship at Wembley Stadium. During the … [Read more...]

MONEY MATTERS

DEBT CHARITY WARNS AGAINST OVERSPENDING AT CHRISTMAS …AND GIVES TEN TOP TIPS FOR HAVING A DEBT-FREE FESTIVE SEASON Debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty has issued a stark warning of the dangers of relying heavily on credit to … [Read more...]

A Flying Visit

Like many other homes, mine is pretty busy over the Christmas period. In the run up to the ‘big day’ there are what seems like a million late night shopping trips; miles of wrapping paper to conceal a ton of presents; dozens of tree-lighting, carol … [Read more...]

A Different Way of Thinking

It started in first grade, really. I thought school was a game. When my teacher wrote something on the dusty black chalkboard, I liked to see how much I could copy without looking down at my paper. Of course, my words slopped off the page, but after … [Read more...]

Anorexia – When Being Good is the Problem?

What makes someone just stop eating? How do we make sense of a mental illness that turns loved ones into strangers and the dining table into a battle-ground? Can the church make a genuine difference to those struggling with eating disorders and if … [Read more...]

Bye Bye Baby!

It’s amazing how you can get a glimpse of something or someone and immediately realise you are growing old. It happened this morning! I looked at the image of my children all heading out to get the school bus and I realised that time was not even … [Read more...]

Grace & Truth

CHARITIES CALL TO CRIMINALISE SMACKING IN SCOTLAND Parents in Scotland should be prosecuted for smacking their children, a coalition of children’s charities has said. Smacking is currently legal in Scotland, but the use of implements, shaking … [Read more...]

Something Worth Living For!

In previous issues we have been introduced to members of the McNamara family. Sheila McNamara obeyed God’s call to leave her home in England and go to work in an orphanage in China where she met Amy-Joy. Amy-Joy has now written her amazing story for … [Read more...]

Blind Faith?

‘WITH AN MBE, AN HONARARY DOCTORATE AND A FREEDOM OF THE CITY OF LISBURN AWARD, IN RECOGONITION FOR HER ACHIEVEMENTS, JANET GRAY HAS COME A LONG WAY FROM THOSE DARK DAYS OF DESPAIR.’ When her dad lost his sight, d o c t o r s believed it was a … [Read more...]

Caleb Lane

My name is Caleb Lane. The reason why I made this CD, and wrote these songs, is to give glory to my Saviour, Friend, and Comforter, Jesus Christ, who has been with me every step of the way. At the age of 5 I was diagnosed with Duchenne … [Read more...]