Three great children’s books

This is a bit of a different post from my normal weekly book review, instead of giving a bigger review of one book, I decided to give three shorter reviews of three great children’s books. If you don’t have children, don’t stop reading! These books are great ideas for gifts for families and children forContinue reading “Three great children’s books”

An even better Christmas

That’s it folks we are over the line, we have passed the turn off signs, we cannot pass go and collect £200, it is November which means that Christmas is just around the corner. Do not panic! As this Christmas season approaches people get excited, present are bought, carols are sung, meals are being thoughtContinue reading “An even better Christmas”

The Intolerance of Tolerance

One of the court cases that has been in the news recently revolves around tolerance, Ashers bakery and a cake. A customer asked for a cake that was clearly supporting homosexual marriage and the baker refused to make the cake; that was back in 2014. Along the way the Ashers and other evangelical Christians haveContinue reading “The Intolerance of Tolerance”

Walking with God through pain and suffering

This blog was started back in April and the two topics that have been most read over these past months have been on the topics of depression and suffering. Suffering is a big and relevant topic for so many people because we all suffer, some at different levels and intensity than other, but suffering nonetheless.Continue reading “Walking with God through pain and suffering”

The Nativity

If you know me personally then you will know that I do not have any children, which means that you’re probably asking why I’m reviewing children’s books, right? The reason I’m reviewing these children’s Christmas books is because I realise that many parents struggle to find good materials that are exciting and interesting for childrenContinue reading “The Nativity”

Raising Kids in the way of Grace

Let’s start off with pure honesty… Parenting is difficult! Every parent that I have spoken to has explained how becoming a parent was and still is the most difficult thing that they have ever done, but at the same time children are also one of the greatest gifts from God. But wouldn’t we all loveContinue reading “Raising Kids in the way of Grace”

Turning Everyday Conversations into Gospel Conversations

There are plenty of books written on the topic of evangelism and plenty of books written about evangelism strategies for church, by there are few books (to my very limited knowledge!) on actually how to tell people the gospel. Turning everyday conversations into gospel conversations