Faith as trusting

Our family recently went on a two-month Camping Adventure. My husband had a contract which meant either a four-hour commute or staying away, so instead, we all went and camped nearby. A few weeks in, we visited my parents with clothes to wash, devices to charge, and jobs to do using their wifi. It never … Read more

Faith as believing

Faith as believing In the book, Children Finding Faith, Francis Bridger says that faith can be seen in four Christ-centred dimensions: believing, trusting, doing and imagination. Having previously explored doing, I’d like to consider what we mean by believing and what we can do in our faith at home to grow our belief. What we … Read more

Faith as doing

Faith without works is dead. But what does it look like to develop an active faith at home? In the book Children Finding Faith, Francis Bridger suggests that faith is made up of believing, trusting, imagining and action. Each of these develops at different times and in different ways, and is obviously influenced by type … Read more