Jesus invites us to start making God’s dream a reality now—his kingdom coming ‘on earth as it is in heaven’. It’s a dream we can all find a place in.
Learning to ignore distraction and ‘circle up’ is essential to finding perspective and peace, and being able to focus on what is really important.
After the question the Dalai Lama gazed at the ground for some time, gave one of his customary chuckles, then said, “The precise answer is… I don’t know.”
It’s not my role to tell [Justin] what to do. He’s going to do what he’s going to do and I’m going to sit there and say, ‘I’m with you’.
You been caught nodding and saying “Yep, Amen,” when you’re uni lecturer makes a good point.Sound right? You probably grew up Pentecostal.
Eternity. It’s a word that has captivated people since it mysteriously started appearing in yellow chalk on Sydney’s footpaths in the 1930s.
I’d never heard of this ‘Way of St James’ when Mum asked me to walk its final 100k’s, but by the end of our 7 days I knew it personally.
Do you ever wonder if He hears or answers our prayers? If you’re asking God for big things, wondering if he’s heard your cry, look at what you’re learning.
More than ever, teen girls and young women face an onslaught of media and advertising that sells a certain beauty standard. Its time to “unplug”.
Sometimes life goes truly pear-shaped. But before we consider the ‘next steps’, what are we supposed to do in the midst of a truly pear-shaped experience?