A Suffolk teacher has been shortlisted as ‘Blogger of the Year’ by the Christian New Media Awards, with the winner to be announced on November 9 at a ceremony in London.
As a Christian, have you ever stopped to consider how you would cope if you were faced with a broken marriage? Or is that something that only happens to “other people” so you don’t have to think about it. Michele Curtis shares her very personal story.
To help Christians in all our churches to engage more fruitfully with those suffering mental distress, Norfolk Christian magistrate and social psychologist John Myhill draws on his own professional experiences.
Norwich vicar Revd Philip Young writes about his experiences of bereavement and the completeness that is found in God's love.
Christian Aid regional co-ordinator Julian Bryant offers you the opportunity to make a real difference to some of the world’s poorest people.
Alan Howes, facilitator of Freedom Assemblies Norwich, asks if it is possible to go back in time to look at how the early Apostles did church in the first century and then to do the same in the 21st century?
Choice between creative and destructive power
Human beings have been given the power to create and the power to destroy. If we are to flourish then we must use the power given to us in a creative and imaginative way says Rev Philip Young. More ...
Change is at the heart of our Christian faith
Change for the better: Ecumenism and the Orthodox concept of salvation was the subject addressed by Dr Michael Kennedy as part of a service during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in West Norfolk. More ...
There is power in prayer says Norwich Bishop
There is real power in prayer, writes the Bishop of Norwich in his Easter message, as the world of football realised recently when tragedy struck player Fabrice Muamba. More ...
Freedom from religion or freedom for religion?
Do we want freedom from religion or freedom for religion? Professor Derek Burke, former Vice Chancellor of UEA, examines the arguments presented in Norwich recently by Prof Roger Trigg. More ...
Transformational journey begins for Martin
A transformational journey began for Norwich entrepreneur Martin Kentish with a simple e-mail from Network Norfolk. More ...
Mother's Day can be a very difficult time
As Mother’s Day approaches, a Norwich Christian charity is working to help a group of women who find it a very difficult time, as Jo Sale describes. More ...
Look to eternal values and the spirit of wisdom
Norwich vicar Rev Philip Young asks, should we look to eternal values and seek to be guided by them. More ...
Unity and revival must go hand-in-hand
Norwich poet and author Rachel Snell believes that revival is coming to Norwich and a united church must go alongside it. More ...
Where is the one who is wise?
Norwich vicar Rev Philip Young looks at 1 Corinthians 1 v 20 and the consequences of making wise choices. More ...
A year in the life of the Norfolk faith community
Norwich Quaker and magistrate, John Myhill, completes his year of visits to churches and faith services across Norfolk to experience the diversity of worship and spiritual gifts. More ...
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The division between 'them' and 'us'
Greed is ruining our earth
Diversity of worship in Norfolk churches
Life is cheap for the rich
Distractions can divert us from God's work
Love and leadership will solve our problems
Facing up to the things which divide churches
Moral revolution needed to heal communities
Norwich pastor asks for salt in UK cities
Our giving ensures church survives and thrives
The power of faith in restorative justice
To fully live you have to be prepared to die
Every Sunday in a different Norfolk church
Trusting in the power of the Holy Spirit
The interaction between science and faith
Churches urged to get on Olympic starting blocks
War without end or fighting evil with good
Recognising the power of Godliness
No compromise - taking God at His word
Love triumphs over hate
Tough times a sign of God's imminence
Royal wedding a chance to share the love
Is Easter a holiday or a holy day?
Dozen delights for nomadic Norwich Christian
Giving is dynamic under God's grace
Unrest in North Africa; a sign of the times?
Good news of the kingdom saves the world
Be yourself and celebrate your gifts
God calls us to be creative
Norfolk woman tells trophy of grace story
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The Big Society and the Kingdom of God
Transforming power of the Christmas story
Offer hand of support to Norfolk refugees plea
Does pacifism work?
Norwich pastor: I wish I could be a pacifist
Norwich vicar sees red and white over poppies
Norwich vicar makes Peace Day challenge
Hawking's creation view is not so anti-God
Worship that demands an open kind of honesty
Should church challenge government agenda?
Street women need love and understanding
Transforming worship leads us to the poor
Bishop's Christmas message of joy and comfort
A life behind bars shows the power of grace
Finding the love of God in unexpected places
Punishment, treatment and the hope for change
My peace I leave with you - love conquers all
Every person in Norfolk is in world's richest 1%
Norfolk minister issues a call to get out and vote
The Rift - A story for Easter
Thinking that goes outside of the box
Revealing the secrets behind church growth
Bishop of Norwich gives Christmas message
The best and the worst in human nature
The two emotions that motivate our actions
Reflecting on chaos in the world of finance
Putting love to the test in a devilish experiment
View behind the mask of radiotherapy
Bishop of Norwich gives view on women vote
Norwich view of historic women bishops vote
The world-changing story of a baby's birth
Debate rages on hot topics of the day
How a blog can help you make a new start
Blogging is a global phenomenon
New Norwich blog-watcher is appointed
Flying doctors conquer highest mountain
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