On Spirituality and Change

Heaven is a Symphony Playing All Around You. Here Are Three Ways to Hear it

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Modern Christianity has been criticized at times for being about little more than “a ticket to heaven”. But it’s so, so much more. Heaven is where God is, and since God is everywhere, heaven isn’t just ‘up there’ but touches earth too. Here’s some ways we can glimpse heaven’s reality now… More…

Eight Lessons to Learn From the Life of Billy Graham (1918-2018)

A college dropout farm boy from North Carolina finds faith, starts to preach, travels the world, meets dictators, becomes a confidante to presidents, becomes a media entrepreneur, catalyses dozens of global ministries, and ends his days as the most influential and best-loved evangelist in history. Such is the Billy Graham story. After years of ill health, Billy Graham has died at the age of 99. Books have been written about his legacy. Whole countries and generations of Christian leaders have been shaped by his work. Here are 8 lessons I’ve learnt from Graham’s life and faith. What are yours? More…

Do You Need a ‘Fallow Year’? The Ancient Art of a Year of Rest

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‘You reap what you sow’ is a powerful principle describing the way much of life works. Plant a seed of goodness, kindness or faith, and a harvest of it will follow later. But the metaphor assumes the seed is sown into healthy soil. What if it’s not? What happens when we keep trying to get a harvest from an exhausted life? More…

Are You Running to False Places of Safety?

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Our new puppy Rupert Reginald McScruffy is quite the celebrity: people stop us in the street, he’s got fans on social media, and now even the BBC wants to follow his progress. Yes, he’s gorgeous. But he does have his foibles; and one in particular that can teach us about what happens when we run to false places of safety. More…

Four Reasons Why You Should Try a Social Media Fast

Digital Detox by Michael Coglan

I’ve just completed a four-week social media fast. My time offline left me more energised, clearer in thought, and less annoyed, depressed and jealous (this might be a revealing post!) Here’s what I learned and why I think it’s worth scheduling a periodic social media fast into your calendar too. More…

What My Great Grandmother Taught Me About Living Dangerously

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My Great Grandmother Alice was one brave woman who can teach us a thing or two about facing our problems. Her husband Walter was a good man, but with one vice: he liked his drink too much for her liking. Here’s the ingenious way she dealt with it. More…

How God Redeems Broken Dreams (New Video Live from London)

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Dreams. We all have them. But by our 40s, some of us have had to watch our dreams die. Yet even those broken dreams can become something beautiful. In this video I explain how sometimes the ‘wilderness’ – the dark and barren place of longing and loss – is in fact the best place for God to meet us… More…

The Resilient DVD is Here! Watch the First Session Now

Resilient DVD Sheridan Voysey

During a particularly challenging time in my life, I began reading Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount in depth. What I found there captured my soul and changed me deeply. The result was ‘Resilient’. You’ve heard about the book and audiobook—now, the DVD. And the first session’s FREE. More…

Need Some Direction? Well Don’t Just Pray. Move.

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As a young, new Christian, I was struggling to find my path in life. For two years I’d prayed about how I should serve God, yet I still had no clear direction for my life. Until one day, I learnt what Jesus said about making good choices… and my whole approach changed. More…

Need a New Dream? Here’s 12 Questions to Help You Find One

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Ever since I wrote a book about starting again after a broken dream, I’ve found myself answering lots of questions about them. ‘How can you turn a broken dream into a new beginning?’ ‘When should you let a dream die?’ And this one especially: ‘What if you don’t have any dreams for your life? How can you find one?’ Here’s an exercise to help answer that question… More…