We’re all addicts of some sort, so be addicted – just be addicted to something better.
Dir: Mel Gibson Starring: Andrew Garfield, Teresa Palmer, Vince Vaughn, Sam Worthington, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths. Reviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20) “What you did on that ridge is nothing short of a miracle …” War is absolute hell but occasionally there are still angels to found – even on the battlefield and this ‘based on […]
Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale follow on from their success with Why Suffering? with their new book, Jesus Among Secular Gods. Read our full review here.
In the course of our conversations with guys we come into contact with a lot of guys who have problems with addictions, normally alcohol or porn, but also drugs and other stuff too … including gambling. These things have an effect on a bloke of course, but not only on the individual also they have […]
Why is it so difficult to get men involved with the church? We don’t have to spend long in many of our churches up and down the country to realise that, in many congregations, there are a lot more women than there are men. Why is this, and is there anything that we can do […]
New Year. Another one. 2017. Already. Any hopes? Dreams? Challenges? Resolutions? Plans? Of course we have no idea what lies ahead, we can make plans we can prepare for stuff but no-one actually knows for sure whether any of it will actually happen .. I am not sure how far ahead you all make plans, […]
The events of 2016 left many feeling like they had taken a roller coaster ride. How do we look boldly towards the future in the face of much uncertainty?
The film begins with a graphic scene of Japanese Christians being tortured with boiling water, observed by Father Ferreira (Liam Neeson) who is forced to watch having been captured for propagating Catholicism.
So that’s Christmas done … it’s the time for resolutions now … so easy to make, but so hard to keep for many of us! The decision to keep going with it can be hard, but we all have hard decisions to make don’t we? Which reminds me of a decision making meeting on a […]
I heard this story the other day and I really like it, (I hope it is what actually happened!!), it goes like this: In 1910, William Booth the founder of the Salvation Army, was coming towards the end of his earthly life. It was Christmas Eve, and it was to be Booths last. General Booth […]