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Opinion

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The biggest world events to be praying for in 2022

2022-01-28T12:39:00+00:00By

A Christian futurist and Bible teacher looks at the year ahead and explains what issues Christians should be praying for

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If Christians don’t stand up for the rights of other religions, we’ll lose our own freedom

2022-01-27T16:02:00+00:00By

Religious intolerance is growing, warns Tim Farron MP

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What Christians can learn about courage and trust from Strictly’s Rose

2022-01-27T10:54:00+00:00By

Rose Ayling Ellis is an inspiration. As Strictly goes on tour, what lessons can Christians learn from her example?  

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Is online church fit for purpose?

2022-01-26T13:59:00+00:00By

If online church is going to be sustainable and fruitful, Christians have some serious questions to ask themselves, says Chris Goswami

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Interviews

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Martin Smith: The former Delirious? frontman on how Covid-19 has changed him

2022-01-27T11:52:00+00:00By

Martin Smith opens up about his insecurities and explains how the pandemic has changed him for the better

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Rachel Gardner: The ‘God Sex Lady’ on why the Church needs to get better at bedroom talk

2022-01-27T10:39:00+00:00By

Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Rachel Gardner says discussing sex may make us squirm, but not talking about it is far worse

Reviews

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Daughters of Eve: This documentary exposes misogyny in the Church

2022-01-28T09:31:00+00:00By

This film deserves an audience far wider than just those who are already critical of the Church’s patriarchal past, says Chine McDonald

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Don’t Look Up has divided audiences. Here’s a uniquely Christian way of watching it

2022-01-11T16:33:00+00:00By

The Netflix hit is a biting satire about climate change and the end of the world. But for Christians, there's even more to the story, says our reviewer

Features

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The Daily Examen: How this ancient practice could refresh your prayer life

2021-12-17T14:06:00+00:00By

Want to re-connect with God? Try praying the Daily Examen. Amy Boucher Pye explains how you can give it a go 

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Van life: How Jesus’ counter-cultural lifestyle inspired me to quit my job and live on the road

2021-12-16T21:25:00+00:00By

Why would a married couple trade their comfortable careers for a year of wild camping in Europe? Oliver R Moore-Howells explains how following Jesus turned him into an eleutheromaniac

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Greg Boyd: The progressive preacher on spiritual gifts, racism and Covid prophecy

2021-12-16T21:05:00+00:00By

Three years before the pandemic struck, Greg Boyd received an unusual prophetic word, which prompted him to move his church’s material online. We asked him about this seemingly unique warning about Covid-19, and how he feels about being labelled both ‘charismatic’ and ‘progressive’

Testimonies

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From drug-addicted bouncer to Jesus-loving youth worker

This self-described “tattooed freak” was addicted to cocaine and working as a nightclub bouncer when God kept putting Christians in his path…

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From rock musician to orthodox priest

Part of American rock band, Luxury, Chris Foley was a Christian musician who struggled to reconcile his faith with his creativity – until he discovered Eastern Orthodoxy. He tells his story of how he became an Orthodox priest

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From satanism to saving grace

George Bearwood was immersed in the punk rock scene before getting caught up in satanism and becoming addicted to drink and drugs. A brush with death led to him getting clean before, one night, the voice of God called out to him

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‘Losing my husband to cancer led to us both finding Jesus’

Louise Blyth was just 33 when her husband, George, died of bowel cancer. For many people, experiencing such a tragedy would cause them to question the existence of a good and loving God. But for Louise and George, it was the beginning of a miraculous journey to faith

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How Jesus rescued me from a life in porn

Brittni De La Mora was one of the porn industry’s biggest stars. Through a series of divine events, she began to encounter the love of God and now leads a ministry to the sex industry

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I was a Muslim, but Jesus woke me from a coma and healed me. Now my whole family believes

A record number of Muslims are converting to Christianity across the Middle East. Jamila tells her story of meeting Jesus while paralysed in a Syrian hospital

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I was a heroin addict but Jesus turned my life around. Now I'm helping others make a fresh start

Chaz was sexually abused as a child, addicted to heroin and has spent twelve years in prison. Yet thanks to a fresh start at a Christian housing project, he has turned his life around. Now, he’s doing the same for others

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Thomas Johnson: How a slave became the first Black student at Spurgeon’s College

Thomas Johnson was a slave who became one of the first Black men to study at Spurgeon’s College. This is his amazing story