Five Minutes With: Ru Cullen.

We had a chance this week to sit down for five minutes with our friend Ru Cullen, and we have got a treat for you - this gem has got some wisdom. Ru is an incredibly talented worship leader and musician - she has thrown herself full force into a life for God, and she's one…

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The People that you are Allowed to Delete from Facebook.

Facebook is something that has, annoyingly, played quite a big role in my life. I've had an account since I was a teenager, and I've managed to collect a pretty big, pretty random selection of friends over the years: from the people that I went to secondary school with, to friends from the various part-time jobs…

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Psalm 1 (ish): The Psalm Series

You can read the NIV translation of Psalm 1 here. This is an interpretation.   I am called blessed. For blessed is the one who holds on tight to God; in the sunshine and in the showers, amongst the shouts of celebration or the taunts of accusations. Blessed is one who does not listen to the…

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I Don’t Want to be a Wanderer.

I'll happily admit it - I am the epitome of the hipster, basic white girl on Instagram. I love running the I Am Project Instagram, and I also work a couple of freelance jobs as a social media assistant - I am known (read: mocked) among my friends as the Instagram queen. But with that social…

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Just Write Something.

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I'm going to prefix this by saying that I 100% do not have this sorted, and I am pretty much speaking to myself here - but if you need a kick up the bum in this too, then please share my almighty boot. I really love writing. I began journalling in September 2015, and I am…

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How to Read the Bible for All It’s Worth (or the way that we do it, anyway!)

I was sixteen when I first started going along to a Christian youth group, having never really been involved in Church, or had any kind of faith background at all. I'd started going along to a Sunday night youth group, and when they began a new Bible study in small groups, once I had been there…

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How to Be There for Your Friends.

A little while ago, I wrote a blog post about how to do long distance friendships well: as I have grown up, I have come to treasure the people in my circle who are really around for the long run. There is such value to be found in these friendships that we are really doing life…

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You Don’t Have to Protect Your Heart.

I am convinced that there is a tiredness that is growing in our nation and our world - a tiredness of life being only about what we have and what we need; about going to work so that we can pay the bills, and then paying the bills so that we can go out to work.…

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The #2018homestretch

Fireworks night always seems to be a significant night - there's something about this time of year that means it usually lands in the middle of the October and November blues, and yet it's the time when I start to think about Christmas, and what I want my life to look like at the beginning of…

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Mental Health and Faith: Let’s Talk About It

We've had a bit of a focus recently on mental health: it has been amazing to share some experiences from our lovely friends, and to be a part of this ongoing and growing conversation around mental health. As we said in our first post on the topic, mental health - literally the health of the mind…

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