An interview with David Robertson – The Wee Flea

Ever since I asked David if he wouldn’t mind helping me answer an atheist on my blog, I have been fascinated with his writing and engagement with others in the public sphere. From being attacked for his views on social media to being banned on Twitter, David is no stranger of being at the centre […]

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An interview with Sarah Yardley – Cornwall, Creation Fest and Christianese

Tell us how you came from California to Cornwall! I started coming to the UK in the summer of 2009 and I came over every summer between 2009 and 2014. Over the course of that time I developed some phenomenal relationships, friendships and never envisioned myself living here, but really loved the people. In the […]

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Is Hell For Real? by Erik Raymond – Book Review

The latest book in the ‘Questions Christians Ask’ book series ‘Is Hell For Real? And other questions about judgment, eternity and the God of love’ is a topic that I have grappled with time and again. This book – actually any Christian book on the subject of hell – makes for uncomfortable reading. However, as […]

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Unpopular Culture by Guvna B – Book Review

Guvna B has written a much-needed book that I feel many people need to read and will benefit from. Even though the book is called ‘Unpopular Culture’, I hope that it will become an extremely popular book! He carefully weaves details of his own experiences of living in a culture that is often opposed to […]

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The banner on the bus says…

This blog post has been on my mind for the last few days. I have been contemplating how to convey my thoughts without being controversial. I guess that’s the nature of ‘religion’ in the 21st century Western society that I find myself in. Whether it’s the Archbishops causing controversy over a letter sent to clergy […]

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Nabeel Qureshi’s cancer diagnosis – a morning reflection

Sad news seems to have a habit of reaching me in the morning. I think it’s coincidence but I can’t help but notice the pattern. I remember my mum waking me in the morning to tell me that my Grandad had died. Flicking through Facebook like reading the morning newspaper, I read touching posts and […]

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Living Life at 180°

When I saw the news of Rev. Jacques Hamel, the French priest who was martyred during Mass by ISIS sympathisers, I felt sick. Truth be told, I cried mixed tears of sadness, anger and fear. I have found myself not wanting to read the news. Following Jesus has suddenly become more real than ever. Jesus was […]

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Eight Women Who Encourage Me in the Faith

This post has been written from my heart to acknowledge the many women in my life who have uplifted, encouraged and walked beside me on this journey of life – but not only that, it’s for the women who follow Jesus with me. There are so many women in my life, Christians and those who […]

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The Higher Way Code

This series on my blog will examine The Highway Code in a unique and fun way. It borrows some of the signs and signals found in the driver’s bible ‘The Highway Code’ and it will twist them in a lighthearted way to examine this road map we call life. I have chosen to call it […]

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