I Bruise Easily – Part 2: The Wisdom of Vulnerability

Hey welcome to Part 2, if you didn't catch Part 1, make sure you do! In her song "I Bruise Easily" Natasha Beddingfield says "Anyone who can touch you can hurt you or heal you." I think this is a profound statement that reminds us that our vulnerability should be guided by wisdom. I know plenty of people... Continue Reading →

Can Guys and Girls be Friends? – Part 1

There's a load of articles written and being written at the moment about being single in the Church. There's some brilliant videos  that've been made to capture some of the hilariously awkward and all too common "struggles" that single Christians face. There's the 10,000 megatons of pressure we receive to find a partner once we turn... Continue Reading →

The Quest for Community #4

I'm just gonna come out and say it. I think you're too sensitive. You're too easily offended. When it comes to receiving "wounds from a friend" you're about as durable as a helium balloon. One little prick to your ego and you get totally deflated (usually with a lot of high-pitched whining). But that's no... Continue Reading →


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