Does ‘Colour-Blindness’ Need a Cure?
We may think ‘colour-blindness’ means we don’t assess people based on the colour of their skin and aren’t ‘racist’. But in not seeing someone’s colour, we also don’t see his or her potential pain.
Coronavirus: The Power of Being One this Easter
For the first time in many of our lifetimes, the coronavirus pandemic has made us one. This Easter, maybe that’s more significant than we realise.
Blog: What Seeing Jesus’ Tomb Taught Me About His Resurrection
This Easter, after 18 days in Israel and Jordan I’m reminded that Jesus didn’t come to be a famous icon, but to be our Saviour.
The Church Needs Single People As They Are
We should stop seeing singleness as a transition period. Singles are not alone, and singles are not condemned to loneliness. If this is going to be understood within the church then both…
Blog: Your Skin Is Better with A Little Light
No matter what salon/beauty bar/skin clinic you got to these days, there’s no such thing as ‘just a facial’ or ‘basic moisturiser’ anymore. How do you decide what suits you? What you can afford? What’s actually going to work?