Shortly after the US elections, I posted on a WhatsApp group I’m on that I feel sorry for any Christian who hasn’t seriously interrogated their faith in the last few years.
It’s sometimes too easy to take for granted how amazing the times are that we live in. But it’s also quite natural for us to.
People on both sides of every argument throw facts at each other, certain any reasonable person must draw only one conclusion from these facts. But that’s not the case.
If you were promised £50 and got £100 you’d be delighted. If you’d been promised £200 you’d feel cheated. Same £100, different expectations.
I’m suspicious of nice people. Or, to be precise, people who have niceness as an ideal. Allow me to explain…
What do you do when it feels like all hope is lost? You can hope on, anyway.
Stories are like maps, facts are like photos. Here’s why…
If you’re going to be a better person tomorrow, you’re going to have to act the part—”fake it ’til you make it”, so to speak.
Great feedback is like a map: and it can transform your life. Here’s the story of how that happened for a friend and for me.
The two adults who had the greatest impact on me growing up took me seriously—but didn’t take themselves too seriously.