How cancer helped me to live

How cancer helped me to live

Cancer affects everyone I know to some degree, yet death is somehow still a taboo topic. The vague hope of something better after death collides with a prevalent material worldview which says our consciousness is biological and temporary. Here’s the story of how my own encounter with cancer and death helped me come to terms with life. 

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The army, anorexia, and me

The army, anorexia, and me

It’s been nearly a year since I received a bombshell of a rejection letter that obliterated the future career I had taken for granted, and took with it, as collateral damage, something that had bound itself to my identity. It shook me to the core, and knocked me off my feet. Nothing has changed in my circumstances so how come I now feel more secure than I did before?

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Finding Peace in the Age of Anxiety

Finding Peace in the Age of Anxiety

We live in an age which has witnessed an explosion in the levels of anxiety. What’s causing this? How do we solve the anxiety epidemic? Join us for a thought-provoking evening as we seek to understand the sources of our discontent and consider whether Christianity has anything to say to this modern phenomenon.

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Your debt isn't as hopeless as you think

Your debt isn't as hopeless as you think

Poor, overweight and downright resolution-weary, we’re approaching what’s been branded ‘the most depressing day of the year’ — Blue Monday. But for those of us who’ve struggled with real debt, it’s no joking matter. And here’s a message of hope.

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The Salt Course

The Salt Course

If you have subscribed to Salt for any length of time, you’ll know that we run regular Salt Live events for Londoners to come and hear from an interesting speaker on one of life’s big questions. 

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