[By Tara Jane] [By Tara Jane] I’ve decided I want to be a doctor. I’m terrible with blood and guts, quite squeemish, and struggle to watch Embarrassing Bodies, but I’ve seen Scrubs. It’s all jokes and hanging out at the nurses station, and there’s hardly any blood and guts on Scrubs so it should be… Continue reading Real friendships don’t look like sitcoms
I went to see Risen the other week, pre-judgements in hand. From the trailer it looked like a fresh take, but there are certain things I’ve come to expect from any bible movie – washed out theology, campy dialogue and a Jesus that looks fresh from the salon. Surprisingly, Risen was so good. Though based… Continue reading Thoughts from RISEN
This is part two of a two-post guest series by Rachel Bailes 3. When you’re feeling like your partner has all the power, it’s important to guard your heart and recognise that you are in just as much control.
This is part one of a two-part series of guest posts by Rachel Bailes. I am a self-confessed devotee of The Bachelor. I have watched hundreds of hours of the show and find myself genuinely invested in the ‘journey’ of each season. But should I see The Bachelor as nothing more than a guilty pleasure?… Continue reading 5 Unromantic lessons a Christian can learn from The Bachelor (Part 1)