Talking faith doesn’t require shouting
(3 minute read) Nicole Law samples the world of inter-religious dialogue, and reminds us that talking faith doesn't require shouting.
Boughs, bumps and bridges
(3 minute read) Three poems exploring the human need to make connections - with nature and with others - and the challenges involved in doing so. By Richard Bauckham, Audrey Priscilla White and Joseph Evans.
Can you be fixed?
(6 minute read) Lisa Fraser offers a practical guide to dealing with anxiety and mental turmoil.
Greenwashing: how companies mislead consumers on environmental issues
(3 minute read) Jason Reed reveals the truth about marketing campaigns designed to mislead the consumer.
From a place called love
(3 minute read) Nicole Law dares to share her experiences of love in a poem.
India at 75
(4 minute read) As the world’s largest democracy celebrates 75 years of independence, Rupen Gahir Kalsi examines the nation’s hopes, challenges and unrealised dreams.
It’s time to talk: the urgency of inter-religious dialogue
(10 minute read) Joseph Evans says different religions need to engage in hard talking and hard loving for the whole world’s good.
Shelter: where’s my hiding place?
(5 minute read) Even dragons can find peace, as Lisa Fraser discovered.
Editorial: Our obsession with control
(2 minute read) We have to learn to let go and stop trying to control every aspect of our lives, argues Joseph Evans.
Building our interior house
(3 minute read) Nicole Law learns to sit still and receive the lessons of silence.