81% of white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump in 2016. Will that be the case this November?
A polarised country, a politicised faith - and how both are playing out in the US election.
Barney Zwartz reflects on finding comfort in the biblical image of the shepherd.
A Christian sets out to meet the Jesus of Islam – and a Muslim encounters the Christian Jesus.
The working mums of lockdown have had to juggle everything. They’ve had enough.
Richard Shumack on the film ‘Just Mercy’, the human longing for justice, and the importance of “looking at the world through tears.”
Justine Toh reflects on the life of U.S. civil rights icon John Lewis, and how he stood up for truth even in the face of state violence.
Anna Grummitt on how George Floyd’s last words sound like a mantra for 2020 – and what it means for the God with wounds to know human pain.
Author Tom Holland explores the revolutionary and enduring influence of Christianity.
We might be “all in this together” but what does the Covid19 crisis mean for those on the margins of…
Mark Stephens reflects on why people over the ages have been drawn to the message of a crucified king.