It has been a labour of love. The collaborative project between myself, my daughter and the Shanti Foundation to bring … More
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I am delighted to unveil the front cover of my forthcoming book ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: 12 powerful stories … More
I am delighted to let you know that I will be working with the Shanti Foundation in order to publish their book ‘Who Am I? Delving into the lives and experiences of people living with HIV in Nepal’ on Amazon to reach an international audience.
Suki’s life has been very hard. She was disfigured as a child after rolling into a fire; consequently, she has … More
Today is International Women’s Day, a time to celebrate all that women have achieved and remember and pray for those … More
God’s always doing something new; it’s his habit. He made seven hundred and six thousand eyeballs today, each of them unique, and those are just the human ones.
This attribute of God floors me.
We all have that Christian friend, the one who attributes the most shallow of blessings to God’s provision. “Just look … More
Two weeks ago, the internet site Onlyfans announced that it would no longer host explicit content, but it revoked that … More
If you support an orphanage in a developing country, your generosity may be an encouragement for crimes. Your donations, and … More
It turns out that the idea of God being a Merciful Judge is extremely difficult to wrap my head around, both theologically and in practice. As a result it has taken me ages to think about and write this article. Preparing it has also revealed some truths about myself that I don’t really like; I’ve discovered that I’m not all that merciful and prefer others to get their comeuppance.
I recently spoke at Christ Church, Derry Hill as part of the local church’s Lent Lecture series, you can hear … More
A couple of months ago, two different people sent me this link and asked me what I thought. How lovely … More