The purpose of life is joy, and the key to joy is love. What does this mean for our ordinary everyday lives?
Did you know that Jesus likens himself to a business owner? Check out here what he meant by this analogy. In this reflection, Peter Heslam suggests how our purpose can be shaped by a God who exercises unlimited liability towards human beings.
'Dare to be a Daniel!' The biblical story on which this song is based inspired Peter Heslam from an early age to live a purpose-driven life characterized by what he calls 'holy worldliness'.
A former Prince Consort once said 'find out the will of God for your day and generation and then, as quickly as possible, get into line’. How can this injunction, reflected in a beer called Guinness, stimulate our purpose?
Charles Wesley's poetic line 'Love's redeeming work is done' gets Peter Heslam asking what the biblical theology it is based on means for ordinary everyday life.