Considering the ordinary, and extraordinary, means by which God leads us according to his will.
The gospel of Jesus Christ compels us to accommodate non-essentials out of love for others.
Our failings reveal the need for the gospel, and as such become opportunities to demonstrate the gospel of grace.
The decline of religious affiliation in the West can make people of faith feel isolated, but God protects us with his truth.
In the face of a personal trouble or social upheaval, we are tempted to flee from reality, but the Lord is on the throne and examines everything, and will ensure that justice is done and his people are kept because of Christ, so stand firm in the Lord.
New Year’s resolutions have limited capacity to really change us, but the New Creation Jesus brings about – that’s a different story.
The great news of Christmas, that Jesus has come as the Light of the World.
In the lead-up to Christmas, we reflect on what it means that Mary was highly favoured and what that means for the rest of us.
The difference that the gospel makes when it genuinely takes hold in people's lives.