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What if you’ve been discipled all along?

By Tara Jane Often when people speak of discipleship, they are talking about meeting up individually with someone, usually an older Christian, and learning from them. It’s not the only form of discipleship, but it’s a great way to grow in faith and maturity. After reading blogs and books like The Trellis and the Vine,… Continue reading What if you’ve been discipled all along?

Culture · Life · Tara Jane

The practicalities of glorifying God with a disposable income

By Tara Jane When I previously wrote on glorifying God with a disposable income, I talked mostly about the three principles that should drive our attitude towards money: This money is not my money This money is not my security This money is not my comfort So if my attitude towards money is a recognition… Continue reading The practicalities of glorifying God with a disposable income

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35 tweets on frugality and following Jesus

In a world that constantly tells us to spend, there’s something refreshing about reading stories of people who have chosen not to, people who are bucking the trend and being careful with their coins. That’s why I love reading personal finance blogs, where real people share the ways they are living frugally and managing their… Continue reading 35 tweets on frugality and following Jesus

Christian ethics · Culture · Life · Tara Jane

Glorifying God with a disposable income

By Tara Jane When we started this blog, our vision was to speak to people like us, twenty somethings who are figuring out how Jesus really is Lord and Saviour over every part of life. Yet we haven’t blogged about money much. The twenties is when most people land their first full-time job (some earlier, some later).… Continue reading Glorifying God with a disposable income

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On Embracing Doubt, and the Doubter’s Paradox

By Alie Benge A while ago I was waiting for the bus to work, wrapped up in a thousand layers because New Zealand. Nothing was different to any other morning, except for the massive existential crisis taking place in the ol’ brain. It was time for my biennial period of doubt. Doubt is something that… Continue reading On Embracing Doubt, and the Doubter’s Paradox