Freshers’ On The Spectrum

Plenty of big changes in life recently. I got my A-Level results in August and I am now at Queen’s University, where I live and study in Union Theological College. I have come out the other side of the infamous freshers’ week relatively unscathed. I also finally received a diagnosis of high-functioning autism, which makes […]

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Can We Be More Positive About Mental Health?

To have the words positive and mental health in the same sentence is seemingly contradictory, however I believe that we need to have a more hopeful tone when raising awareness about mental illnesses. It’s really fantastic that mental health is now so widely spoken about, in both secular and religious spheres, but there is still […]

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Film Review: All That Remains

**This review contains spoilers** All That Remains is a feature length film produced by independent film company, Pixel Revolution Films. I got the opportunity to see it during a charity screening at Yorkgate, Belfast. It tells the story of Takashi Nagai, a Christian doctor who lived in Nagasaki at the time of the atomic bombing […]

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Why I love going to church abroad

On Sunday I attended the morning service at Santiago Community Church, a non-denominational English speaking church in the heart of the city. We were made to feel like part of the church family and were welcomed by name during the announcements. The hymns were the old fashioned kind that we use in the Free Presbyterian […]

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