Cultivating Your Prayer Life
Prayer is a vital part of a Christian’s life. Full stop. No excuses. But how many of us daily spend time talking to God? How many of us truly value prayer? I certainly don’t have a perfect prayer life. I think we can all agree that our... Read More >>
Laura Todd’s Lessons from Lockdown
Anyone who knows me knows that I love to play sport, especially hockey. It's important to me each Saturday when I play my match that I play to the best of my ability. To ensure this happens, I must put in the time to go to training, work on... Read More >>
Zara Ginniff’s Lessons From Lockdown
Let me guess that during lockdown you decided to become the next Mary Berry by attempting to bake scones or maybe you decided that it was the perfect time to get that pre-summer glow up. Perhaps you were nominated (forced) to run 5k and... Read More >>
Rebekah Cuthbertson’s Lessons From Lockdown
The A2 exam stress was beginning. The pre-Easter rush of trying to complete the course and cover all the content was in full swing. Soon, this would all be a distant memory as June would finally arrive, bringing summer and all the excitement... Read More >>
Kerry McKee’s Lessons From Lockdown
We live in such a busy world with people always striving towards the next goal in their lives. In my life (as with many others) my next goal was to complete my A levels. I had ‘my plan’ which was to do my exams, get the grades, go to uni... Read More >>
Adam Hanna’s Lessons From Lockdown
Galatians 6:14 “But far be it from me to boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.” (ESV) Isolation strips almost everything back from our lives. Playing sport... Read More >>
Alicia Price’s Lessons From Lockdown
As the rumours of the Coronavirus entering the UK became reality, my life like many others began to change. Firstly, my university classes were cancelled and my course was scheduled to continue online. Shortly after this my work closed. Next,... Read More >>
Meet Some Volunteers
Without volunteers, CEF wouldn’t be able to do the ministry that it does. Each year we normally have a number of people volunteering in our National Office in Belfast. Sometimes this is in the form of our intern programme, sometimes it’s a... Read More >>
Meet the Real MVPs
It may be March, but it's never too late to meet some of the people who have been volunteering with us this year. Claire, Erin and Esther have joined us for a year, and have been working on a variety of different projects. We asked them to tell... Read More >>
Moving to Uni
Moving to university can be a daunting experience. There’s excitement for a new chapter but there are nerves and fears about the unknown that comes with moving away from family and friends to go somewhere you don’t know many people. I go... Read More >>

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