Singleness is becoming much more common in the world around us. Fewer people are getting married, and those that do get married later in life. So is singleness good? Is it a problem to be solved or a gift to be received?
How do we navigate the different stages of life, ensuring we pursue the right things and finish well? Our culture often perceives ageing as an inevitable slide into irrelevance, but as followers of Jesus, our best days are ahead.
What approach to marriage is best for a country? How should we think about civil partnerships, divorce, same-sex weddings, remarriage, and making laws about it all?
Arguments, feuds and skirmishes of all kinds abound in our culture. Online we can be both anonymous and unaccountable, saying whatever we want. But as citizens of heaven we are called to be different.
What does ‘dying with dignity’ really look like? Assisted dying is a huge question we’ll be facing in the next few years in the UK. So how should we respond?
Krish Kandiah is the founder and director of Home for Good (homeforgood.org.uk), a charity finding loving adoptive and foster homes for vulnerable children. He is also an author, speaker, husband, father, adopted dad, foster carer and president of the London School of Theology.
When does life begin? And what implications does that have for contraception, abortion, IVF, surrogacy, cloning, or three parent families?
Part 11 of The Sermon on the Mount series.
Part 10 of The Sermon on the Mount series.