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Consumerism: Do we need to repent?

By Jo Wright | 28 November 2013

Consumerism blogYes. It’s that time of the year again! The weeks (now months) during which we are bombarded by the media with images of the ‘perfect Christmas’. As we inevitably give in to pressure, we empty out our already light wallets. Personally, I’m trying to turn a blind eye to it all this Christmas. With our wedding coming up in April, I can’t really stretch to buying extravagant Christmas presents for anyone this time around.


The Cross

By Jo Ratnarajah | 22 November 2013

Oswald Chambers quote

“It is shallow nonsense to say that God forgives us because He is love. . . The only basis for which God can forgive me is the Cross of Christ.” – Oswald Chambers


No man is an island

By Charlie Osewalt | 20 November 2013

No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent…’ On Friday 15 November, Mr. Richard Pulga, 27, died — essentially of a broken leg. He was alone on an island. He lived in the Philippines.


40acts - we won!

By Jo Ratnarajah | 15 November 2013

CNMAC13 - 40acts won! A few weeks ago we told you about The Christian New Media Awards  for which we had been nominated for 2 awards:


Is it time to pension off Pudsey?

By Craig Borlase | 15 November 2013

Is it time to pension off Pudsey? - a Stewardship blog

Something’s changing in the world of charity fundraising...

But to understand it, we need to go back in history. A long way back, to Germany in the murky days of the fifteenth century. In the barn of a young blacksmith/goldsmith/visionary sits the invention that will change not just the face of Christianity, but the entire course of human history.


Philippines disaster

By Daniel Jones | 12 November 2013

Philippines disaster - a Stewardship blog by Daniel Jones

Typhoon Haiyan is feared to have killed up to 10,000 people and displaced hundreds of thousands more in the Philippines.