You can learn a lot about a culture from its language(s). I have the most wonderful Christian Nepali teacher. Our … More
It was an absolute privilege to interview Anju for my forthcoming book, ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: 12 powerful stories … More
Can you imagine being thrown out of your home while a teenager and living on the streets? What if you … More
Please help me choose a chapter title for my forthcoming book. There’s just one question in this short survey, and … More
Today is International Women’s Day, a time to celebrate all that women have achieved and remember and pray for those … More
Hooray! I have reached the end. For the last fifteen months, I have been writing my book ‘Come with me … More
God in human form is not unique to Christianity. Other religions celebrate gods who take on mortality. Yet, in these stories, the gods become human to maximise their physicality.
I run the charity Women Without Roofs, which Eileen Lodge initiated. Nepal Leprosy Fellowship recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary and … More
Regular readers of this blog will know I am currently writing a book about Christian women in Nepal. My contract … More
I am delighted to be back in Kathmandu to continue interviewing ladies for my forthcoming book ‘Come with me to … More
Proverbs 4:18 paints a beautiful picture. It tells us that the way of the righteous is like the first gleam … More
One current tragically overlooked crisis is the ongoing and frequent kidnap of people in Nigeria.
I am delighted to let you know that I have just signed a publishing contract with Authentic Media for a … More
There is heaps of theology out there, in books, courses, articles and videos about Christ as the Servant King. Most of the material focuses on chapters 40 to 55 in the book of Isaiah in the Bible. Consequently, when I came to write this post, I wondered what contribution I could make to a topic that has been written about so much already.
Can you see the large branch stuck between the trunks of the tree? It fell in a storm and is … More
There seems to be a never-ending stream of articles written by women who have been damaged by purity culture in … More
Is it possible to look outside of Christianity to see people who carry God’s image? Can we learn from them? … More
I think book tokens still exist, so if you get one for Christmas (other vouchers are available!) here are eight … More
If you were injured and needed blood, whose blood would you choose? Listening to a Nepali pastor preach this week, … 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.