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  1. Mental Health and Youth Ministry

    Mental Health and Youth Ministry

    We recently ran a poll on Twitter about what you’d like to see more of on our blog. You chose faith and mental health. Who better to write about that than Tim Gough, youth minister and author of Rebooted? Plus, he’s one of the funniest and smartest contributors to our blog. 

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  2. Recognise confirmation bias and then focus on positive thinking

    Recognise confirmation bias and then focus on positive thinking

    We recently ran a poll on Twitter asking you what you’d like to see on our blog in the New Year. We asked you to pick either content about daily devotionals or overcoming adversity. The majority of participants chose overcoming adversity, which is a great way to reframe our thinking for the New Year.

    Daily devotionals is also a worthy topic, so watch the blog for content on that as well! 

    We chatted with Emma Scrivener, author of A New Name and A New Day, about rethinking our negative feelings and focusing instead on both positive affirmations and the healing power we find in Christ.

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  3. Preaching at Christmas

    Preaching at Christmas

    Paul Beasley-Murray pastored Baptist churches in Altrincham and Chelmsford, and was Principal of Spurgeon’s College. A prolific author, his three books published by IVP are Transform Your Church, The Message of the Resurrection, and Joy to the World. His most recent book is This is my Story: A Story of Life, Faith and Ministry (Wipf & Stock) – a book for pastors – and any Christian – who want the ‘inside story’ of the pains and triumphs of a Christian leader. He also posts a weekly blog on Church Matters.

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  4. Managing depression during the holiday season

    Managing depression during the holiday season

    Mark Meynell is Europe & Caribbean Director for Langham Preaching (a programme of Langham Partnership), and part-time Chaplain to HM Treasury, HMRC & the Cabinet Office, in Whitehall, London. He is married to Rachel and they have two children (Joshua, 20 and Zanna, 17). He is passionate about connecting Sundays to Mondays in worldview and cultural terms, and has written a range of books that seek to do just that.

    Here, we chat with him about he manages depression during the holidays and how he helps others to do the same. 

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  5. Ruth Clemence’s Top 5 IVP Reads for 2018

    Ruth Clemence’s Top 5 IVP Reads for 2018

    We asked prolific book blogger Ruth Clemence about her top five books she’s read from the IVP list this year. 

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