A Christian Priest's Exploration of Modern Pagan Belief and Practice
What is the point of a religion - any religion?
Daily Meditations for Nature Connection
An Anglican priest's bold answer to atrocity - reflections upon the ministry of Martin Israel
A Psychological Perspective
Richard Markham Oxtoby
deciphering the transfiguration
Reshaping its Life for Jesus' Sake
Achieving Abundant Life using the Source of All Energy, UILE
Phil Philosofree Cheney
the Spirituality of Incertainties
Shawn Sanford Beck
Where has God gone? That’s a question that has echoed throughout history. We can travel back through the outrages of the Holocaust and Ethnic Cleansing hearing the cries of those whose lives have be...
Tomorrow the church remembers the post-Easter encounter Jesus had with two of his disciples on the road to Emmaus, and how they didn't recognise him until that moment when he broke bread with them. (T...
Dreams and Resurrection On Immortal Selves, Psychedelics, and Christianity By Jack Call That isn’t to say that art needs to be expressly dedicated to Christian worship or to any kind of wor...
Meeting Evil with Mercy came out in June 2016, and as been very well received. Quotes from reviews below give a sense of the power and significance of Philip Pegler's book, which sets out to be a "b...
by Sherri L. Board, Co-author of What We're Afraid to Ask: 365 Days of Healing for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse Years ago, I shared this saying with a therapist, as I was seeking help...
By Adrian Alker Its over 4 months since my book was published and since then I have been speaking about its themes around the country. I am finding great interest in the themes I raise in the book,...
An excerpt from Jennifer Kavanagh's "The World is our Cloister" To live sacramentally demands that we start with ourselves; with inner peace and love we can go forth into the world. To acquire and ...