The Summer 2018 edition of Crossway
By Ros Clarke, 21 Jun 2018
The Summer 2018 edition of Crossway is now out!
Articles in this issue include:
Gospel hope for mental ill-health. Emma Scrivener shares her experience of mental health struggles and offers gospel-based encouragement for individuals suffering and churches wanting to help.
Embodied faith. Ros Clarke takes a biblical look at our earthly bodies, and how they will be gloriously changed in heaven.
Friendship and the church. Phill Sacre makes a case for intimacy in godly friendships within the church family.
It got a laugh, didn’t it? James Cary looks at the downsides of starting sermons with jokes.
Rest for the soul. Brooke Newman explains how it is possible to find true rest, even in the midst of a frantically busy life in a fallen world.
Mental ill-health and ministry. Based on personal experience, Mark Meynell considers some of the issues concerning mental health and Christian ministry.
Crossway also includes our quarterly prayer diary.
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Dr Ros Clarke is the Associate Director of Church Society and editor of Crossway