What goes through your mind when you’re caught up in the aftermath of a brutal massacre

// Following Jesus where the need is greatest in Democratic Republic of the Congo

Written by Tim Magowan

Mad World and multi-tasking

// Trying to tune into the God song...

Written by Jenni Brews

Peace on earth – including Calais

// In the second week of our Advent series, we explore the theme of peace in a time of crisis.

Written by Sarah Yardley

Is the world on fire?

// As I flick through a global news feed, it certainly seems that way.

Written by Lisa Whitten

I hate walls

// 25 years on from the Berlin Wall falling and we still haven't moved on.

Written by Robin Peake


// The story of Woodbine Willy; a man who was prepared to lose his life to bring life to others.

Written by Carl Beech

ISIS: monsters or made in the image of God?

// "... those people who fight for IS are no longer human ... is a lie and one that we must...

Written by Paul Rose

Syria: why I forgot

// For a moment, we fixed our eyes on Syria. And then life went on.

Written by Chine McDonald

Standing by and watching as Syrian children burn…

// Peace in our time? Not for the people of Syria.

Written by Danny Webster

Syria: Is this love?

// I am lost in lament for all this death and brokenness. I feel so powerless. Surely there is some alternative...

Written by Paul Rose

I’m not addicted to my mobile

// Give up my phone for 24 hours? I don't think so.

Written by Felicity Cowling

Can you be a Christian and buy a diamond ring?

// After promising to myself that I'd never buy an uncertified diamond, I bought two...

Written by Jim Atkins

Woolwich terror: are we also guilty?

// As a nation, we should stand with the family of Drummer Lee Rigby and mourn his tragic loss, but Jonty...

Written by Jonty Langley

Open source murder weapons

// With another US shooting at the weekend, Jonty Langley considers the 'freedom' which guns claim to bring.

Written by Jonty Langley

The wall that fear helps to build

// Statistics, news bites, headlines make us feel like we understand. It’s black and white, clear-cut and laid out in a...

Written by Tina Boonstra

It’s a baby

// In an abandoned half-built building in Lebanon, Katie Harrison discovered Syrian refugee families sheltering, and one very tiny baby.

Written by Katie Harrison

The story of a generation

// I wanted to join the army in order to be that good soldier.

Written by Chine McDonald

I haven’t bought a poppy yet…

// Maybe I'll get a pin badge, or a sparkly one like those on X-Factor.

Written by Matt White