At the start of the year, no one could have predicted how one virus that started in the Chinese city of Wuhan, a place most people would have never heard of until this year, would affect the lives of almost everyone in the world.
By: Stuart Sampson
I am a planner. That’s why I keep a diary. A diary gives me an idea of what to expect, a sense of control.
By: Clare Bruce
This article provides you with information released up until Tuesday 31st March in regards to COVID-19
By: Collett Smart
We know that we can’t shield our children, because they will hear ‘bad news’… from peers, siblings, online… But how much is too much information? And what is age appropriate? (I cover both younger children and teens in this video).
The church was earnestly praying to God for him (Acts 12:5, NIV).
Suppose it had been announced that I was to tell the people of this city how they could go to any bank here and get all the money they needed any day in the year, and suppose, also, that I knew that secret and could really tell it, do you think that the people of this city would consider the information important?
By: Michael McQueen
In the last few weeks, it has seemed that every day has brought yet another piece of bad news, pushing the world deeper and deeper into crisis mode. With more and more job losses, confirmed cases of Covid-19 infection and uncertainties arising, it is difficult to see the opportunities being offered by a crisis like this.
So we’re all stuck at home, and some of us are feeling a bit scared. But the truth is, THERE IS HOPE. And what better way to remember that than to get an injection of HOPE in the form of great movies and content, every week for 10 weeks?
In a relationship with Jesus we can have many life-changing experiences, but there are voices and opinions that say it’s not cool to talk about it. Whether something is said or merely implied, many Christians end up feeling afraid to tell people about Jesus and stop sharing altogether.
By: Stephen McAlpine
It’s coming up to Easter.
Bet you didn’t think Lent 2020 was going to take that much away from you did you? I was hoping people would be giving up oats, baked beans, minced meat and pasta.
By: Susan Joy
This is a deliciously healthy, raspberry and chocolate chia breakfast. By topping with fruit, seeds and nuts you get lots of different flavours and textures in every bite. Chia seeds have a high concentration of plant-based omega 3 fatty acids, making this a filling breakfast that should keep you going until lunch.