Top 5 Christian faux pas

// A tongue-in-cheek look at the mistakes we often make in church - and how I'm learning to avoid them.

Written by Anonymous

I started a church for chavs

// The final article from our extract from Darren's book, Chav Church.

Written by Darren Edwards

The 80/20 rule

// 80 per cent good and 20 per cent nonsense - sound like anyone you know?

Written by Andy Flannagan

Have we forgotten that God changes nations?

// In the week of the US election, we’re reminded of the importance of believing in a God who can change the world, and the part we can play in that.

Written by Banning Liebscher

How can the Church survive our post-truth society?

// The questions I'm asking after watching Hypernormalisation.

Written by Dave Magill

I get by with a little help from my friends

// How community causes hope to rise, despite the worst of sufferings. The latest in our mini series on modern-day slavery.

Written by Lucy Steels

Out on the track you are on your own

// Two can defend themselves, but a chord of three is not quickly broken.

Written by Ben Askew

Is Christianity too middle class?

// We're squeamish about discussing class and church, but it needs to be talked about.

Written by Hannah Mudge

Transforming lives through sport

// With the Paralympics now on, it's time to talk sport once again.

Written by Joe Lowther

Confession: I hurt the Church

// And I'll be the first to admit it.

Written by Jared Ruttenberg

3 things creative people need

// Being a creative person can be both an incredible adventure and a great struggle.

Written by Sarah Hawkins

How do I love my neighbour when they’re ruining my marriage?

// And have I failed at missional living?

Written by Anonymous

Greenbelt and why changing the world isn’t glamorous

// The encouragement of Greenbelt for when life feels too much is that this is not a lonely way of life, but a communal way.

Written by Chris Ware

Admitting loneliness

// My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together - Bishop Desmond Tutu

Written by Tim Bechervaise


// Empathy isn't just radical listening and sitting with the feeling. Naomi Grant explores.

Written by Naomi Grant

Tales from a former Christmas orphan

// What happens when you find yourself on the other side of the world from your family at Christmas?

Written by Amanda Robinson

#MyAdvent – Katherine Stephenson

// What's it like to reimagine Christmas? We asked a London church-planter about her first advent in a new church.

Written by Katherine Stephenson

Public leadership: No man is an island

// COMMUNITY · Who are we doing our leadership with, and how can other people support us?

Written by Amelia Abplanalp

What is the key to community?

// "What happens if we start loving our literal, next-door neighbours?"

Written by Joanna Callender

What I’ve learned on the road in Rend Collective

// "... survival of the fittest is the opposite of what it means to live in community."

Written by Gabby Llewellyn