An interview with Esther Molyneux – creativity, wellbeing and purpose

Can you tell us a bit about you and share how you came to faith in Jesus? I’m the founder and creator of She is Found Studio, a British faith-based stationery and self-development brand with a fresh perspective. My background is in design and creative problem-solving; taking a seed of an idea and turning it […]

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Follow Jesus, not me

To follow Jesus today, do we need a following ourselves? There are many Christians who have hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of followers on social media and they have the potential to reach many with the gospel. Even with a handful of blog or social media followers, are we making the most of the […]

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Thoughts On Prayer

Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tire? Corrie ten Boom Prayer is a conversation with God. It’s as simple as that. Jesus went to quiet, isolated places to pray to His Father. Many times I find that my most powerful times in conversation with God are when I get to be alone. Through […]

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4 Ways of Dealing with Disappointment

Writing this post is a little bit of therapy because I am still dealing with disappointment. It is not past tense ‘dealt’ with disappointment. It is a very present tense ordeal of ‘dealing’. Last week saw a big blow to a writing project I had spent a lot of time on. It was a learning […]

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More > Truth by Kristi Mair – BOOK REVIEW

After reading ‘More > Distinct’ by Calvin T. Samuel and ‘More > Direction’ by Ayo and Ruth Afolabi, I was looking forward to the next instalment of the ‘More >’ series by IVP. These short books are ideal for those who are busy but want to engage with the Bible and apply it effectively to […]

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Billy Graham and Bunsen burners

It’s been one year ago today since Billy Graham went to be with Jesus. I remember the day well – the sense of loss, the impact that it had on the church and the world, and the countless stories of how his ministry reached millions. I wanted to write something that day, but I was […]

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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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