10 June 2019 - Running a 5K, half-marathon or other race takes commitment and training. Hannah outlines her top five tips on how to prepare for running a race (and hopefully fundraising at the same time!).
24 May 2019 - Thy Kingdom Come, a national wave of prayer over Pentecost, has triggered Louise Luck to think about how she can be more intentional with prayer, be praying for friends to know Jesus and how to preserve in prayer.
10 May 2019 - As culture changes, the model of traditional church needs to adapt too. Claire Dalpra looks at a few of the challenges faced by Messy Church and suspects other types of church will face the same in the future.
26 April 2019 - It's so easy to want to do and achieve more at the detriment of our mental health. Paul was close to an emotional breakdown, so was forced to create healthy habits (including rest and prayer) in to his life.
12 April 2019 - With ongoing Brexit discussions, Stephen Cottrell (Bishop of Chelmsford) calls us to pray for Brexit and gather people for a cup of tea and a chat as we seek to overcome divisions.
9 April 2019 - Hannah reflects on what it really means when Jesus said "blessed are the meek" following her tweet on the topic going a little bit viral. She looks at why we need meekness among the cultural context of Brexit, homelessness and trolls.
29 March 2019 - Church Army Evangelist Nick Russell works across five housing estates in south east London. He writes about his experience of knife crime and youth violence and how the church can respond.
15 March 2019 - For those of us who don't feel like natural evangelists, Louise knows it can be a bit like taking a brave plunge when sharing faith with friends. She tells us her story of sharing about Ash Wednesday with friends.
1 March 2019 - Chris looks at what it really means to be salt and light and live out Matthew 5:13-16. He also invites you to join the Being Salt and Light community this Lent.
22 February 2019 - Steve reflects upon direction, calling and stepping out drawing on the image of footprints in the sand, mud or snow. He asks the question: do know where our path is and do we dare to take a path different from those made by others?
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