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How Christians come to believe in revival

This article is about revival, so I ought to explain how I am using the word. By ‘revival’ I mean…

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Life in a goldfish bowl

The following is an excerpt from the book, ‘The Last Valley’, written by Graham Heaps and published by Evangelical Press.…

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‘Hands, Face, Space’ – for how long?

Let’s imagine we could jump into a time machine and fast-forward to, say, Christmas 2045. Here are two scenarios we…

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The new normal, God with us

‘We’ll soon be back to normal!’ So the politicians keep telling us, thanks to the Covid-19 vaccine. But what is…

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Ravi Zacharias: A parable from the dead

Evangelicalism received crushing confirmation recently that allegations against Ravi Zacharias have proven true. Ravi, who died in May, was a…

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The Last Valley: A story of God’s grace in terminal illness
Graham Heaps

In touching detail, Graham Heaps reflects on the terminal illness and subsequent death of his late wife Sue in 2015. It is by no means an enjoyable read, but it bears splendid testimony to the goodness and grace of God…

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To Seek and to Save: Daily reflections on the road to the cross
Sinclair B. Ferguson

I enjoyed and benefited from this little book, which is both beautifully written and challenging. It is a series of meditations for Lent on events in Luke’s Gospel, from Peter’s confession at Caesarea Philippi, to the resurrection of Jesus. The…

Out of the Black Shadows
Stephen Lungu

In this superbly written and compelling book, Anne Coomes artfully tells the story of Stephen Lungu. It is an explosive story of God’s power at work in the darkest of situations. I challenge you to read it and remain unconvinced…

The Last Valley: A story of God’s grace in terminal illness
Graham Heaps

In touching detail, Graham Heaps reflects on the terminal illness and subsequent death of his late wife Sue in 2015. It is by no means an enjoyable read, but it bears splendid testimony to the goodness and grace of God…