During this pandemic there's been lots of frustration, anxiety, and disappointment, but there's joy and hope to be found too. Gerry shares a story of where he found joy and hope recently.
Neil shares about his upbringing, time in the British Army, how he found faith when he was at his lowest, and how what he's been through helps him support people in Leeds.
With the continuing pandemic, there is uncertainty over whether the traditional Christmas services will be possible. Jonny asks whether these are the priority or whether we should be focusing our energy elsewhere.
Pete looked round his church one Sunday and realised he was one of only two men. So he founded Shed Men as a place to give a place for men to meet and talk, and a place to share God's love.
There's so many reasons we might shudder at the thought of sharing Jesus or talking about our faith. Judith shares how some people have reacted to her, how she shares her faith, and some thoughts on where you might begin.
Sometimes worship feels mind-numbingly boring or Christians disagree, and we wonder whether there's more to Christian community than this! George Lings shares with us how we might find community which is deep, authentic, and transformative.
So much of our lives have been impacted by COVID-19. In all that's changed, it's good to know Church Army is not standing still. Whilst we keeping moving forward, it's important that as individuals we take time to be still with God.
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