Your thoughts on current events, faith matters and other questions that keep you awake at night

Is This For You? (poem included)

Last post: Leslee121
Pages: 1
2 posts / Started: 22:57, Wed 15 May 2013

Why you should wait until marriage for sex

Last post: Leslee121
Pages: 1
10 posts / Started: 21:46, Wed 10 Oct 2012


Last post: User 4995
Pages: 1
2 posts / Started: 05:24, Fri 19 Jul 2013

Share your funny experiences and thoughts on the mundane to the extraordinary.

coffee lover's take note !

Last post: User 3676
Pages: 1 2
19 posts / Started: 12:14, Fri 02 Mar 2012

Scripture to start out the week...

Last post: User 3676
Pages: 1
9 posts / Started: 09:05, Mon 10 Sep 2012

Seen a good film, read a great book, music that you want to rave about? Christian Festivals, art, culture, travel..? Here's your chance to have your say.

Favorite Fun Movie

Last post: Leslee121
Pages: 1 2 3
33 posts / Started: 15:20, Sat 17 Mar 2012

books to read

Last post: User 3676
Pages: 1 2 3
39 posts / Started: 11:54, Sat 03 Mar 2012

Search the Boards

Quick Poll

After hearing about Christian Connection, how soon did you join?

  • Almost immediately
  • Within a few weeks
  • Within a few months
  • It took me a year or more
170 votes
  • Keep personal details private: it's for your own safety; the boards are visible by everybody.
  • Play nice: lively discussions are good, but nasty/offensive messages will not be accepted.
  • Keep it short: Keep posts to about 10 lines max. Long posts can be boring and irritating & maybe edited/deleted.
  • Don't dominate: bombarding a forum with your posts can be boring, and prevents others from getting a word in.
  • Keep on topic: straying off the theme can get a little annoying!
  • Use the help system: got a problem on the site? - use the help system.
Check the full board rules

Disclaimer - The views and opinions on the discussion boards are those of our members and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Christian Connection.

Latest Blog post

Seven fears that stop me asking girls out

By Danny Webster

Some time ago I wrote a post about “why guys don’t ask girls out”. In writing that I slipped into the mistake common to a lot of what’s written about relationships. I wrote about generalisations, concepts; in focusing on the abstract I took the easy way out. It’s the easy way out and it is the mentality of glossy magazines and trendy bloggers – we aggregate examples, form a trend and we look for a solution that can fit in a tweet.