Maybe, just maybe, when Jesus comes again, we will drink the wine of the new kingdom in mason jars.
We are meant to plan for the future and work in the present for that unseen yet approaching reality. But what about when you don’t know what’s next? And how do we learn to be OK with that?
In a world that tells us we are free to do whatever we want, Dua Lipa’s song, New Rules shows us there is more freedom in not doing what we want.
I have a friend who reminds me that bravery is not fearlessly stepping into every opportunity. It is about being scared and doing it anyway…
The Tim Tam Cheesecake showpieces everything that’s good about humanity. As a species, we know how to take a good thing, and make it even better.
Every situation is different but here are three possibilities to consider as to why you’re experiencing God’s silence and what to do about them.
One of the biggest threats to the church in in Australia, is a lukewarm faith. There’s so much we can learn from persecuted believers who’ve stood firm.
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.”