From 1st September on Crossring, we are going to begin reading the Bible together each day. Our Managing Editor explains the change in focus for our Daily Readings, and launches the brand new Crossring Forums.
Our Managing Editor explains the thinking behind our forthcoming launch of the Crossring Forums, with a quick look at the #digidisciple project.
Ali Gledhill introduces Crossring’s latest series of Daily Readings. This week, just for a change, we are looking at five things Jesus did not come to do.
Ali Gledhill introduces Crossring’s latest series of Daily Readings. We are finding the character and themes of the Minor Prophets in a special series of 12 Bible reflections.
Crossring's Editor-In-Chief, Simon Lucas, describes how Crossring is hoping to become a friendlier and more welcoming place through improved use of social networking tools.
Ali Gledhill introduces Crossring's new series of Daily Readings. Have you found any "big buts" in the Bible? Once you start looking, you'll find them everywhere!
Simon Lucas apologises for the fact that Crossring's Daily Readings have not been published daily recently. He explains why, and announces that they are returning with immediate effect.
As we usher in the New Year, we revisit the Crossring Mission Statement to set out a vision for Crossring in 2010
Ali Gledhill reflects on the three months since Crossring's relaunch, and explains a few of the recent changes to the website.
Crossring is a community of Christians who meet together online in fellowship around the Christian faith and the Bible.
As part of our active lifestyle of prayer and Bible reading, we are currently reading a small section of the Bible together each day and sharing our responses to it with each other. We also publish a short devotional thought on a key verse or two from each day's passage to prompt prayer or reflection.