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I love singing, and have over the years developed a compendious knowledge of Hymns Ancient & Modern, through to a range of current (ish) worship songs.  However, I find myself struggling with a lot of…

The archetypal narrative of a Christian often begins with that remembered moment when they first welcomed Jesus into their life as a young person. However, what has instead become the most defining aspect of my…

In this month’s Devotional podcast Professor N. T. Wright talks about learning to “think eschatologically”…learning to draw a line between our hope for a world redeemed and righted, and the small daily choices and actions that make up our ordinary lives.

This months Devotional explores the title found in Psalm 145 “God of All Flesh” – God as the loving Maker of all, across tribal, religious or ethnic boundaries, or boundaries of purity and taboo. Dave Andrews reflects on his work alongside Muslims and his conviction that Jesus has no religious gatekeepers.

With the help of Old Testament theologian Walter Brueggemann, this month’s devotional explores the themes of “friendship,” “knowing” and “abiding”… What is the language of friendship with God really about? How do friendship with God and friendship with neighbour intersect? How are they kept together?

This month theologian Jayme Reaves tells us the incredible story of how one community of Christians and Muslims stood by each other during the Bosnian war. David Blower then explores this with readings, music and songs.

Nomad favourite Brad Jersak was in town recently, so we seized on the opportunity to hang out, and quiz him about his faith journey. And it’s a very interesting faith journey, taking in charismatic evangelicalism, anabaptism,…

This devotional welcomes in the new year with Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s poem New Years Day, which is here set to song. The poem, alongside others, can be read in Letters and Papers from Prison. The song For Thy Mercy is adapted from the hymn by Henry Downton. With reflections from Ruth Nash and readings from Hannah Nash.

I know, we only just interviewed Walter Brueggemann! But he’s just brought a book out entitled Money and Possessions and we’ve still got unresolved questions after our chat with Justin Welby on that subject. So why not spend another hour in the digital presence of one…

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