Seele Contributor, writes a letter to God, for you on a reminder to surrender to God, to trust life’s test, and to rest in HIM.Read More
Last week, Professors Without Borders held their annual reception at Morton House in Central London. Professors Without Borders is an NGO and social enterprise that specializes in university education.Read More
This is the second Friday in Women’s History Month, where I will point out a significant woman from the Bible: Eve. The Bible doesn’t give us a lot about her, but there is more about her in Scripture than we realize….Read More
Seele contributor, Ben Mack reminds on the importance of staying humble.Read More
Oftentimes women think that God doesn’t care about their success, or that they don’t have a place- and they feel quarantined into the children or women’s ministries. And this causes them to be concerned about their stewardship to Christ, when their talents aren’t’ being utilized.
This is not a feminist profile of women being better than men, but rather, Seele Magazine Editor, Ally aims to show how God used Paul AND a group of women to establish the first Christian church in Europe.
Seele contributor, Thomasena Thomas writes about love and the importance of us to remember to love ourselves.Read More
From Brexit blunders to Trump tweets, it is no secret that our society at large finds itself in a time of uncertainty and insecurity. But with the added dimension of social media and the ongoing pressure to perform faced by young people today, the anxiety epidemic amongst the younger demographics is at an all-time high. Take a simple scroll through social media and you’ll see countless young people ‘living their best lives’. And yet, behind the #nofilter ‘authenticity’ of their news feeds, Anxiety UK suggests as many as one in six young people will experience an anxiety condition at some point in their lives.Read More
The kings of Israel and Judah were a mixture of good and bad kings. Bad, meaning that they did evil things and strayed away from God. One mark of a good king is that he would hold the kingdom to accountability when it came to what his people worshiped. Quite simply, he got rid of idols- foreign altars and pagan shrines. Our God takes an invested interested in our lives, and he only wants us serving him because there is a freedom and joy when as Paul states, we are only a “bondservant” to Christ. So, if you have an idol in your life (an addiction, a bad habit, an activity that consumes you- any sin) make a concerted effort to lay it at the foot of the cross and be free from it.Read More
I became familiar with Cedric Stout through is wonderfully done YouTube channel. A YouTuber, a Photographer, a Music Producer, an American and A Korean, and a Christian, Cedric is now living in Seoul, South Korea. He grew up in the United States but wanted to experience living in the land of his mother. Cedric talks about growing up between two cultures, but feeling equally apart of both. And, he talks faith, photography, and his calling.Read More
“The revelations of love when you are in this glorious cloud is intoxicating,” writes Seele Magazine contributor Rebekah Mazzei. Valentine’s Day has just passed and Rebekah reminds readers to cultivate a day with just YOU + GOD, and that when we come back to our first love, we will in tune with the LOVER of our souls.Read More
Christian apologist, Bernard Abi Nader shares the art and science of apologetics to be creative and to defend Christianity. The Apostle Peter tells us that we need to have a meek answer for everyone that asks, and Bernard shares why asking the right questions and having answers is key.Read More
This interview-guest post by Lebanese-Armenian, Messia Sfeit details his abusive childhood, his turn to homosexuality, and him finding faith in Jesus. Messia details how is past pains and hurts were healed when he put them in the hands of Jesus.
We’ve all been there, where we’ve come to the end of our rope and the clock has struck 12 midnight and we need a miracle. That could be a financial miracle, a job, physical healing, a place to live that’s in your budget, or a spiritual breakthrough.
But, in the midst of you really needing a miracle, have you ever thought that you already have the miracle you’re needing in your possession? While it’s God Who opens doors in our lives and brings breakthrough/miracles, He is often looking for us to have faith, prayer, hope and gusto. When we do our part, He will step in and do what we cannot.
Adam Durnham shares how he has struggled with alcoholism and how finding his faith again helped him to break the addiction.Read More
Seele contributor, Ben Mack reminds us on the importance of acting in Spirit and not ignoring God's calling. Looking at the example of Jonah, who ignored God's command to go to Nineveh and instead went to Tarshish because he thought that was the right thing to do- we see that obeying God is important for a smooth life. And getting swallowed by a whale was no fun for Jonah either.Read More
Eager to change the world? Learn how you can have a greater social impact through your everyday purchases with Jane Mosbacher Morris’ new book “Buy the Change You Want to See.”Read More
Missionary work is truly an impactful experience. This past December, Seele contributor, Thomasena Thomas was able to engage in her first trip abroad through the lens of Christianity and faith to Rwanda in East Central Africa. There she learned about Reconciliation post the Rwandan genocide.Read More
We’ve all come across Bible verses about showing love and kindness to the unloving and the unkind. But, what do you do with these verses when someone in your life exhibiting unkindness towards you? It’s hard to show them kindness, it’s hard to show the love of Christ. Seele’s editor shares how to deal with the unloving and unkind.Read More
Seele Contributor, Rebekah Mazzei reminds us that when we’re in a dry place, where dreams and visions are shattered or where purpose no longer makes sense, God still brings dead things to life.Read More