Saturday 3 Feb 2024 · Faith
We all need rhythm. We all need a reset from time to time. But is the liturgical calendar essential for Christians?
Friday 19 Jan 2024 · Lifestyle
No amount of luxury holidays seem to block the bitter wind of anxiety in our modern West. It is beginning to feel like storms are brewing.
Sunday 12 Feb 2023 · Christian Living
I don’t mean to sound too sombre, but planning for death, its inevitability and inexorable pull towards our grave, is not a bad thing.
Monday 14 Nov 2022 · Faith
Despite our world seemingly continuing to move away from God, this in no way compromises the work God continues to do in all of our lives.
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Saturday 22 Oct 2022 · Faith
Quiet quitting the Christian life is when people bear no fruit because of 'the cares of the world'... or as we might put it today, “everyday life”.
Friday 7 Oct 2022 · Christian Living
We need to build Christian worship that complements both old and new, and is true... Worship cannot be aesthetics alone, writes Stephen McAlpine.
Sunday 25 Sep 2022 · Faith
Last week, the Queen, who had so often heard the term “Your Majesty” spoken to her, would have spoken them to someone else. The one true King.
Sunday 18 Sep 2022 · Finance and Business
Videos of workers explaining how the push to bring “your whole self to work” is a crock, are going viral. This cynical mood is called Quiet Quitting.
Monday 22 Aug 2022 · Faith
After the release of the stunning photos from the James Webb telescope, Stephen McAlpine reflects on what the images do and don’t tell us about God.
Monday 11 Jul 2022 · Relationships
Radical expressive individualism - deciding who we want to be outside of the confines of others - isn't creating the flourishing they promise on the bottle.
Friday 6 May 2022 · Faith
With the coming of Jesus, every part of the worship package has been completed by a priest who never had to offer a sacrifice for his own sins.
Monday 14 Oct 2019 · TV and Streaming
When I say I love the Netflix series The Good Place, I really do love it. It’s original, well-acted, and it constantly references philosophy.