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The Opposite of Addiction

The Opposite of Addiction

15 March 2016 Read more

By Nick Taylor

If you’re reading this blog, then it’s too late. I’ve done something drastic. It will change my life and the lives of those around me. It will affect my family life, the way I interact with my children and my wife. It will bring release to a stressful situation. And it took every fibre of my being to do it.

I deleted Candy Crush from my phone.

I know. I deserve a medal. How will I spend my toilet time now? What will I do when my wife is watching her TV show that I have no interest in? What about when my children ask me to play with them but I’m tired ...

  • Bridging the Gap

    Bridging the Gap

    20 January 2016 Read more
    By Julius Ndhala I often wonder what the apostle Paul would think if he were to visit our churches today. As the great teacher of church as the body of Christ, would he be surprised ...
  • The song that keeps on singing

    The song that keeps on singing

    8 January 2016 Read more
    By Andy MalcolmI’m going to start by making an assumption – if you are reading this, you probably subscribe to a number of other blogs that you also enjoy to read? And if you are ...
  • Transitions – One group to another

    Transitions – One group to another

    15 December 2015 Read more
    By Dan JenkinsI have lots of conversations with people about activities that are running for young people in their churches and the struggle of transitioning young people from a younger group up into an older ...