In just over a year, we’ve shared more 500 posts, on a range of topics including fitness, spirituality, nutrition, technology, community and of course relative to our hometown of Cambridge.
We believe there are a number of little gems in these 500 that you might have missed!
So here’s our review of some of the most popular posts over the last year!
No doubt a popular google search for adults of varied ages, all trying to keep healthy and trim, remember, our body is a temple after all! Whether you have a few additional tips you could share, or need a little motivational boost, check it out!
You’ve just completed your 3rd exams and completed your degree, now what? A significant number of those students will fling off their mortarboards only to find themselves bereft of job prospects. So how can one make the productive transition of studies to employment?
The Seventh-day Adventist Church (SDA) boasts 18 million members worldwide. But leaders recently revealed the denomination has lost one in three members over the last 50 years. Additionally, for every 100 people the SDA gains, it loses 43 previous members. So what’s the cause?
Your appearance; whether sharp and confident, relaxed and cool, or sloppy and juvenile – is often reduced to the fit of your clothing. This post serves as a general fit guide for the novice…
Archaeologists say writings on an ancient tablet confirm there was a global flood and an ark that carried animals. Read about where it was discovered, and what it revealed.
In the disaster struck city of Tacloban, Central Philippines in 2013, the Adventist Church stands strong.
One of the things that surprises me time and time again is how we think our brains work and how they actually work. Can the brain really multitask?
Everyone now and again your phone screen could do with a little face-lift – easily done with one of these bright Christian-themed wallpapers. Courtesy of Bible-Lock-Screen.
The committed Christian has opened up about her religious beliefs for the first time and admits that her new single Thunder is about her Christianity.
“Let’s just go for fun! We’ll see how much we can push their buttons,” Amy teased her girlfriend, who didn’t like the idea of hanging around a bunch of Christians.