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Comparison, Suffering and the Art of Contentment

Comparison, Suffering and the Art of Contentment

Today I’m delighted to welcome Phil Knox, who is head of mission to young adults for the Evangelical Alliance. He’s also a friend I’ve known for many, many years. Phil’s been kind enough to endorse my book, and here he shares some thoughts about contentment and about the book, Catching Contentment. “Childhood is an amazing and beautiful thing.  My wife and I have just had our second child.  To be fair she did most of the work, but Jos has…

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Unmasked: Embracing the Broken

Unmasked: Embracing the Broken

‘How do you feel now?’ I stand there, my head bowed, my body stiff as I contain the pain raging inside. What do I say? ‘Are you feeling better?’ I bite down on my lip. ‘A little, yes, thank you.’ But inside I am berating myself. That’s not true, is it? I don’t feel a little better at all. If anything, I feel worse, the pain made somehow more obvious by the prayer. I feel just that bit smaller, that…

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