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Why Christ’s calling matters more than our occupation

Around 2600 years ago, the prophet Jeremiah wrote: “Let not the wise boast of their wisdom     or the strong boast of their strength     or the rich boast of their riches, [...]

What we all need to know in an #enoughisenough world

By Lauren Maggs. In the past few weeks, our country has been rocked by violence in many quarters. One of the areas of focus has been the public outpouring of [...]

Some Surprising, Uncomfortable, Unpopular (But biblical) Truths About Discipline.

By Lauren Maggs. Discipline gets bad press in our culture. If you say the word “discipline” people hear “corporal punishment”. They think of what used to happen before 1994 if [...]

Rest for the weary

New series: Texts that changed my life. If I were to make a mini-series of our society, I would call it “The Weary and the Restless.” Many of us  [...]


Snapshots of women adorning the gospel (Part 2)

Part 1 of this devotion can be found here. Luke is my favourite book of the Bible, because the ink on every page drips proof that women are not invisible [...]


Snapshots of Women Adorning the Gospel

By Rosie Moore. A blog for Women's Day. This is part 1 of the blog, click here for part 2 Some women always have the perfect accessory to complement an [...]

“Seventy-Seven Times”

By Linda Ritchie. I struggle with forgiveness. In fact, I sometimes find it difficult to forgive. If you’re fortunate enough to forgive easily, then there’s no need to read any further. [...]

How do you measure success when you have nothing to show for your day?

By Lauren Maggs. “How was your day?” I know that I usually answer that question by listing what I did. I am constantly trying to assess whether I have achieved [...]

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Leading discipleship in the home – some nuts and bolts

By Roydon Frost. [Below is an audio recording. The quality isn't that great and the intro was not recorded. So read the first paragraph of the blog and then listen [...]

Why it’s always worth going to church

By Lauren Maggs. I’m in the stage of life where, for the past few months, I have been sorely tempted to give church a miss. As a new mom, I’ve [...]