Charles Spurgeon’s Humble Calvinism

Charles H. Spurgeon | March 26th 2019

Brothers, hold the five points of Calvinist doctrine, but don’t hold them as babbling questions.

What you have received of God, do not learn in order to fight with it, and to make contention and strife, and to divide the church of God, and rail against the people of the Most High, as some do. But, on the contrary, love one another as brothers and sisters, and hold the truth in love, and seek after the unity of the Spirit and the perfect bond of charity.... continue reading


Sharing the gospel at Easter

Eleanor Elms | March 21st 2019

I have to admit, when I think about Easter, evangelism doesn’t spring to mind. We’re pretty comfortable with Christmas evangelism; inviting neighbours along to carol services, perhaps engaging with friends on what Christmas means for them and how they celebrate. But Easter? Most of my friends don’t really care about Easter. They’re glad for a long weekend and a few months of creme eggs, but that’s about it.... continue reading


9 things you might have missed from The Garden, the Curtain and the Cross

Rachel Jones | March 19th 2019

Here are a few hidden details you can spot as you read it.... continue reading


Praying for Christchurch

Tim Thornborough | March 15th 2019

This morning we woke to the news of the deadliest shooting in New Zealand’s history. 49 people have been killed and at least 20 wounded at 2 mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.  It can be very difficult to know what or how to pray in the wake of such horrific attacks. Feel free to use this prayer as a guide.... continue reading


Pastor: try saying ‘I don’t know…’

Chris Green | March 15th 2019

If you think that saying ‘I don’t know’ means you’re a failure (because you’re paid to know, you ought to know) then you will never learn anything.... continue reading


Should I Laugh Or Cry? Teaching Emotional Intelligence to Children

Tim Thornborough | March 12th 2019

Parents have a built in feedback loop for emotions in their children. We cuddle them when they cry; we tell them to “stop being silly” when they get hysterical with giggles and can’t stop. And we instinctively protect them from experiencing the “excessive” emotions of sadness, grief, disappointment.... continue reading


What's on our bookshelves?

Joe Henegan | March 7th 2019

Our bookshelves say a lot about who we are - what ideas have lived with us, challenged us and formed us. ... continue reading


The Value of Praying Parents: A Teen’s Perspective

Emma Kruger | March 4th 2019

My mom once said prayer was like learning another language. If you grew up with parents who prayed regularly in the home, it would feel natural—like a native language. But if you waited, it became harder to learn. It wasn’t that you couldn’t learn to pray, but it would take more time for it to feel natural. It might feel foreign or odd and somewhat uncomfortable at first.... continue reading


The irreplaceable importance of family traditions, and why Lent should be one of them

Ed Drew | March 4th 2019

Family life is predictably unpredictable. It is chaotic and confused.... continue reading


How glorious theology becomes distasteful

Ray Ortlund | March 1st 2019

We corrupt everything we touch. That's a teaching of Calvinism, and we sure are proving it.... continue reading

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