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February 14, 2024
Reframe Identity Resources

Event Video: Identity Recut Event Resources Book Review: How to find yourself: why looking inward is not the answer Interrogating identity: From philosophical theories to Biblical wisdom - with Chris Watkin Don’t ask me what I do Christ & Identity – Tim Keller Culture & Identity – Tim Keller Book Review: Working Without Wilting

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July 14, 2023
E Training Workshops

Sharing your faith with friends and colleagues is not always easy but it can be done with ease.  ‘The E’ seeks to frame a simple evangelism strategy, giving a focus without the burdens and guilt so often associated with evangelism. With parts, ‘the E’ helps you respond to people, not with a singular message, but […]

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February 8, 2023
Ice and Isolation: a Short Article

At the age of 22 Alex Gaffikin worked for 2 years in Antarctica as a meteorologist. In this discussion she reveals how she faced the loneliness of relentless darkness, and in the process learnt to lean on God, who meets us wherever we are. "“I had really started to doubt everything,” she recalls. “I was […]

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February 3, 2023
ReFrame Prayer Resources

Book Titles Don Carson, Praying With Paul: A Call to Spiritual Reformation, Baker Academic, 2015. Tim Chester, The Message of Prayer: Approaching the Throne of Grace, (The Bible Speaks Today Bible Theme Series), ‎ IVP, 2003. Tim Chester, You Can Pray: Finding Grace to Pray Every Day, ‎ P & R Publishing, 2014. John Calvin, […]

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December 5, 2022
25 Christian Books I Love to Recommend

With the Christmas holiday season fast approaching, this article by renowned theologian and pastor, John Piper, may offer some timely gift suggestions (or requests!)... "Suppose you read about 250 words a minute and that you resolve to devote just 15 minutes a day to serious theological reading to deepen your grasp of biblical truth. In […]

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March 7, 2022
Boundaries & Rest for Teleworkers

Jessica Schroeder considers the complexities of separating work demands from the rest of our daily activities and offers ways to rethink how we might flourish as God's children. "Our culture proclaims that we are valuable because of our titles, our busy schedules, or our salaries. Yet the Bible reminds us that we are more than […]

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