Category: News

Keeping all your plates spinning

We forget things all our lives, but after the age of 50 worry that forgetting may be a sign of dementia. There has been a rise in cases of Mild Cognitive Impairment, but this is reversible and avoidable and not necessarily the start of dementia.

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How we cope with fear

Bombarded with fearful news every day that promises worst tomorrow – how can we deal with our fear? We can do as the Scriptures say, and bring every thought captive to Christ.

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Will You Be Fat in Heaven?

Even those with the strongest faith have questions about God, live, and eternity. J John’s new book answers 38 of the most prevalent – and difficult! Such as ‘Why does God allow evil?’ and why do bad things happen to good people?

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Knowing your purpose in the New Year!

We were born to have purpose in life, but often we feel adrift and without it. But God has planned our purpose for us even before we were born – we just need to adjust our view of what it means!

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Families, fun, affirming faith and prompting ‘re-menting’ this Christmas

Many things make Christmas special, but one thing can make it even better for people living with dementia or mild cognitive impairment. Our new Brain & Soul Boosting for Seniors’ Christmas special can help strengthen mental processes (cognition) and bring contentment that creates perfect conditions for ‘re-menting’ – that stepping through the fog momentarily as wholly themselves.

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Let’s pray urgently for a righteous decision for our nation

This week the nation teeters on the brink of choosing to serve God or Mammon. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan for funding social care properly is to raise national insurance contributions or taxes. But he is opposed by Cabinet members who say it is morally wrong to raise taxes. Is it morally right to refuse help to thousands of disabled adults, or frail elderly? Are we serving Mammon or Grace?

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God’s original plan and the great times ahead

We are so used to living day by day, just coping and growing in faith that we rarely take time to wonder how life would look if the Serpent hadn’t ‘won’ in the Garden of Eden. Here are some thoughts by one of the world’s best Bible scholars.

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