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Jane Walters reminds us that God is able to unravel and create beauty from the tangle of our messy lives.
Andrew Frere Smith points out some ways to lift our mood during what many see as a gloomy time of year.
In the light of recent Scottish legislation, Andy Bryant questions whether there is too much emphasis on gender when establishing our identity.
Ruth Lilley is looking forward to the new year with confidence as she moves forward with Jesus by her side.
As we approach the start of another year, during the darkest days of winter, Jane Walters encourages us to let our lights shine.
Rev Ron Skivington reminds us how easily Jesus can get side-lined this time of year, even though He is the perfect Christmas gift.
Jane Walters is looking forward to her Christmas dinner, and has been reflecting on the purpose of all that feasting.
As we complete the last minute preparations for our Christmas festivities, Andrew Frere-Smith suggests that it may be time to make some changes to the way we celebrate Christmas.
As we approach the shortest day of the year, regular contributor Philip Young reminds us that our celebration of the birth of Jesus at this time of year is also a celebration of the conquest of light over darkness.
Andy Bryant shares his thoughts on the relevance of the Religion statistics in last week’s Census results, and suggests what it means to live up to the identity of being Christian.
We are now in the season of Advent, and Ruth Lilley reflects that the period of waiting and preparing for Christmas can be of benefit to us all.
Ruth Lilley enjoys watching the well-known dancing contest on TV, and the persistence of the competitors reminds her of her journey with God.
Andrew Frere-Smith reminds us of the importance of meals, and offers us some food for thought as the rising cost of living impacts our communities.
The vibrant colours of autumn have been inspiring regular contributor Jane Walters to focus on the positive.
Rising prices affect us all, and Anna Heydon urges us to spare a thought for those who will be struggling with the cost of living this winter.
Philip Young encourages us to take a stand for what we believe, and has just written to Thérèse Coffey regarding climate change and the forthcoming COP 27. He explains why we should be prepared to protest.
Anna Price encourages Christians to engage positively with Halloween rather than hide away, on what many see as the darkest night of the year.
Andy Bryant urges us to pray for our political leaders, especially the new Prime Minister, and avoid unhelpful judgementalism.
Nigel Fox believes that now is the time for a tide of repentance, and shares his thoughts about what that actually means for our society.
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