All articles and stories

Let’s work by the Spirit

By Jack Barraclough When I hear the word adventure, I think of banana boats in the Caribbean, camping on a glacier in Iceland, or the running of the bulls in Pamplona. I don’t tend to think of spreadsheets, word documents or office spaces. But I am learning to. Growing up, I would never have imagined that I might enjoy and

Read more

Partying with the King of the Universe

This article first appeared in the Winter 2007 edition of MOVE Magazine. Agapé UK sent a team of graduates to help others discover Jesus in the Middle East. However, they readily admitted it hasn’t been easy. It’s been hard to start conversations that continue, and hard to make relationships that stick. However, whenever they throw parties, things suddenly start to

Read more

What do I need to know to share my faith?

By Charis Fergusson Have you ever wanted to share the hope you have found in Jesus with a friend, but held back for fear you don’t know enough? I have, many times. I graduated from one of the top universities in the world a few years ago and still vividly remember how daunting it felt to mention ‘faith’ or ‘Jesus’

Read more

How Our Marriage Got Turned Around

By Christine Daniel We married in church, because that was ‘the thing to do’ and it was a happy wedding day. But marriage turned out to be much harder than we could have imagined. Three months in, Mark announced: “I’m not sure I want to be married and I’m not sure I want to be married to you.” Mark was

Read more

Who Am I?

By Melissa Crutchfield Over the course of our lives, each person’s identity is being formed and shaped through individual experiences, relationships, culture, media, and the world around us. We are constantly seeking to define who we are in any way that we can. David Benner, a psychologist and author of the book, The Gift of Being Yourself, defines identity as

Read more

Discovering Jesus in a Refugee Camp

By Jennifer Wallace 10pm. It has been raining for a while and it is surely too cold for Southern Europe. Charlotte is smiling at the soaked crowd in front of her, occasionally leaning forward to ask one of the refugees to repeat their name as they stretch to pass ID papers up into the Portacabin. Tonight she is calmly running the new arrivals procedure at the Moria

Read more