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fire300Tested by Fire - the fruit of suffering
William Cowper tried to commit suicide several times, yet wrote some of the most sublime hymns. David Brainerd set the bar so high, yet his mood was so low. What can we learn from these men of history? more ...
John Piper
Forgiving The Impossible
Are some things just too difficult to forgive? Like child abuse at the hands of a trusted family friend? Greta Randle's story [in this new book] shows us that forgiveness is not only possible, but that it is hugely liberating for the victim. more ...
Greta Randle
Beyond The Edge
'Broken, desperate and humiliated, I entered the house. When I saw Steve and Katherine, my heart felt like it was going to explode in agony. They did not deserve this madness in their lives ...' Cut off by a dense fog of post-natal depression more ...
Hazel Rolston
Genius, grief and grace
25/07/2008 -London psychiatrist, Dr Gaius Davies, tells the stories of ten famous Chrstians from the last few hundred years who battled with mental health problems. For many it was actually a key to their knowing of God and their genius in their ministry. more ...
Gaius Davies