Help for parents with teens – video series

Help for parents with teens – video series

Photo by Диана Дунаева from Pexels Helping parents, ministry workers and others connect with the teen experience of depression and anxiety is the focus of a series of videos produced by Gospel, Society and Culture (GS&C) and Prebyterian Youth (PY). Speakers...
It’s right that boys cry – a wise campaign that we should embrace

It’s right that boys cry – a wise campaign that we should embrace

Photo by Inayat Ullah from Pexels Boys cry – and so they should! AMY BUTLER* leans on Jesus and King David as examples. Over the past two years, we’ve become, perversely, accustomed to the daily announcement of COVID deaths. However, I was staggered recently to...
Is Facebook harmful?

Is Facebook harmful?

Photo by Tracy Le Blanc from Pexels Social media promises so much. But, as it ‘matures’, many questions arise. NICK RABE* challenges Christians to reconsider whether we should participate on these platforms.   In 2018, philosopher and ethicist Dr. Mathew...

The suspicion of science

Suspicion of science has been growing since World War I showed us what its application, in the form of mechanised warfare, could do to the human body. Trust in science further plummeted after World War II because of the atom bomb. More recently, the fragmenting of...
Animal rights and wrongs – how then should we care for the beast?

Animal rights and wrongs – how then should we care for the beast?

Photo by Dominic Dimech from Pexels PAUL BYUN* wrestles with his love and care for a new pet while at the same time eating a bacon and egg roll.   We bought a dog recently, a Cavoodle. She is now five months old, weighing in at about two and half kilograms. A few...