"Praying has become a lot less religious and a lot more real, and much, much more from the heart; less about what we 'ought' to be praying because that's what other people would approve."
The real heart behind NUA is to enable a better conversation about faith, which will enable young people to dig deeper, explore what they believe, and share honestly
In the course of all that thinking, reading and debating, some of the things that I believe as a Christian have shifted and changed. Critically though, while I've heard every objection to God going, my faith is actually stronger.
“I know I am loved. I trust him and his perfect love. There is no room for fear,”
Andy interviewed David Robertson about his new book, and plans for Australia
Atheism was looking intellectually weak; and existentially and from a lifestyle point of view it was unfulfilling, silly, cheap and shallow.
Andy Bannister recently appeared on Cameron Stout's radio show, to talk about music, life, faith and meaning. Enjoy the show!
An angry sceptic, discovers God's love for him, at university. Nathaniel's story!
I am addicted to the joy of God. I think Christian joy is ultimately about union with God, knowing this incredible joy that He has. ... It's hard to describe what it looks like; but I would say that it looks like a human being, fully alive, which doesn't require sex!
Phil's faith was tried and tested when his Dad died suddenly when he was 21. The result is that today he has an infectious enthusiasm for Jesus. Read his story in his own words. New on the Solas blog.