The Antidote to Doubt

God on the Inside The Holy Spirit in Holy Scripture Book cover The antidote to doubt

These beautiful words come from 'God on the Inside' by Nigel G. Wright on page 105. Rather than denying that Christians have doubts, Wright spells out the incredible ways in which the Holy Spirit assures us and works through those doubts to bring renewal. As someone who struggles to understand why God allows suffering, knowing … Continue reading The Antidote to Doubt

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Hungry and Thirsty for Good News

Britain voting to leave the European Union yesterday has shocked and upset me.  No one can be certain of the consequences and already Sterling has plummeted and there is news of jobs moving away from Britain.  Everyone is talking about it and on my social media timelines there is widespread despair. It is good to … Continue reading Hungry and Thirsty for Good News

If Trump isn’t a wake up call to Evangelical Christians then I don’t know who else could be

I'm an Evangelical Christian, but I'm British, so please don't think I'm a Republican. However, I am surrounded by countless Republicans who seem utterly shocked and surprised that someone like Trump could rise up to be the Republican candidate.  They, like me, find him abhorrent. Let's not forget though, that the Republican party has been the … Continue reading If Trump isn’t a wake up call to Evangelical Christians then I don’t know who else could be

Why Sex Still Dominates Christian Focus On Human Trafficking

A couple of months ago, two different people sent me this link and asked me what I thought.  How lovely to be asked! http://www.patheos.com/blogs/formerlyfundie/why-sex-still-dominates-christian-focus-on-human-trafficking/ The article questions why American Christians, in particular, are so focused on stopping human trafficking within the sex industry, yet neglect to focus on labour trafficking which is a far larger … Continue reading Why Sex Still Dominates Christian Focus On Human Trafficking