How to do the things you want to do and stop doing the things you don’t want to do… – Christian Article

// (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); There’s a famous passage in one of St Paul’s letters – the one he writes to the church in Rome – where he says, ‘For I do not do what I want but do the thing I very hate…I do not do the good I want but the evil I do not want I do.’ It’s a cry of frustration from the depths of Paul’s being. And it’s a cry we easily empathise with.…

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How is God gathering us together this Christmas? – Christian Article

// (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); I’ve just set up my Nativity crib scene and I’m struck by what a busy little gathering it is. The manger, where baby Jesus will lie on Christmas Day, is surrounded on all sides by people and animals. There’s his mother Mary and his father Joseph. There are shepherds, wise men, angels and various others – probably, I think, people of Bethlehem who just happened to be around at the time. This got me…

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Merry Christmas | The CVM Blog – Christian Article

// (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); Christmas is here! I have to confess, I have been enjoying the build up to this day for over a month, and I was often found with Wham playing from my car. ‘Last Christmas, I gave you my heart…’ Anyway, firstly let me say Happy Christmas to you. Secondly, lets read this together; The Word became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighbourhood.We saw the glory with our own eyes, the one-of-a-kind glory…

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On the Fourth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Four Indie Games – Christian Article

For each day of Twelvetide, Christ and Pop Culture writers will point to some of the cultural goodness that gives hope in the midst of life’s messyness. It’s our version of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” song, filled with things our writers have found to be life-giving. Some entries are 2018 artifacts, some are from years past. All of them point us to hope. Toxic is the word Oxford Dictionaries used to sum up the mood of 2018. It’s a…

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Finding Community in Season 2 of Atypical – Christian Article

When the Netflix original series Atypical premiered in the summer of 2017, I was skeptical. Too often shows that feature autistic characters perpetuate unhelpful stereotypes or otherwise exploit autism tropes for cheap emotional appeal. However, I was quickly and happily surprised when the mini-series used Sam—the show’s main character—and his autism not to paint him as atypical, but rather to draw out the atypicality of the human condition—particularly the manner in which human beings love (and sometimes fail to love)…

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Why giving is the same as getting – Christian Article

// (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); It’s that time of year again when we start getting ready at Church to welcome fifteen homeless men to our hall for bed & breakfast and a hot supper on Saturday nights. It’s a project we do every winter, together with other local churches, so that these men have shelter and good hot food during the coldest months of the year. We call it part of our ‘Community Engagement’ work and it definitely is…

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