They say (whoever they are) that change is as good as a holiday; so, in leiu of a holiday we have changed how we blog, and it feels good!
QUICK SYNOPSIS - This tear jerking testimony tells Mansi's story of a double tragedy in her family. Something she was unable to tell anyone, until she met Jesus. A powerful story worth sharing.
“So I quit drinking.” This is the title of a post Sarah Bessey wrote on her website a couple weeks ago. Bessey literally broke her own site that weekend with the traffic the viral post created.
Most of us go on a mission trip—to orphanages, inner-city neighborhoods, the hollows of Appalachia—with a desire to impact the people we meet. We begin with a desire to do good, to see change and to be a part of something meaningful. But the truth is, when we go to these places and meet the real people who live there, we are the ones who leave changed.
QUICK SYNOPSIS - Crafted with simple intensity, this clip creatively relays through beautiful motion graphic, typography and colour, questions around the identity of Jesus, and His earth-shattering reply - “I AM”.
Just two weeks after a suicide bomber left 22 dead and more than 50 others injured at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, more than 60,000 people came together to raise money, show support and stand in solidarity with the victims and their families.
After the recent tragic attacks at the Manchester Arena and London Bridge I must admit I was sceptical about a pop concert hosted by the bunny-eared 23-year old former Nickelodeon children’s TV starlet. But in the evening sunshine at the Old Trafford Cricket ground I was proved well and truly wrong.
QUICK SYNOPSIS - Up close and personal, this studio vox-pop has 10 people open the lid on their greatest fears and reasons for hope, with refreshing honesty and humour.
We often use the word ‘ministry’ to describe the career path that pastors, preachers and church leaders take. The ‘ministry’ is preaching the word. The ‘ministry’ is leading a church. The ‘ministry’ is teaching the Bible.
Christian subcultures are an entertaining phenomenon. Multiple brands of Christianity claim the same Lord and read the same Bible, and yet they promote a set of values sometimes as different as apples and orangutans.