A month ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Barnabas at Branch FM about my new book. He … More
You must listen to this!
On most days, I listen to the Global News podcast from the BBC. Today when I tuned in, I was … More
Book Launch Link for Saturday 18th March
The official launch of Anna’s book ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: Twelve powerful stories of women’s courageous faith in Nepal’ … More
Listen to me being interviewed on UCB2
It was my honour and privilege to be interviewed by Ruth O’Reilly-Smith on UCB2 radio yesterday. I was racked with … More
Revealed: the front cover of my new book!
I am delighted to unveil the front cover of my forthcoming book ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: 12 powerful stories … More
What if the Good Samaritan hadn’t been able to help?
Like most people, I want to identify with the Good Samaritan and help those in difficult circumstances. However, I fear I am more like the religious elites and often ignore the desperate.
Even when I do try to help, it’s not always easy.
It was an absolute privilege to interview Anju for my forthcoming book, ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: 12 powerful stories … More
When Tanya was Homeless
Can you imagine being thrown out of your home while a teenager and living on the streets? What if you … More
Come With Me To Kathmandu: your votes are needed
Please help me choose a chapter title for my forthcoming book. There’s just one question in this short survey, and … More
Final Interview, Final Chapter
Hooray! I have reached the end. For the last fifteen months, I have been writing my book ‘Come with me … More
Remembering a woman who changed my life
I run the charity Women Without Roofs, which Eileen Lodge initiated. Nepal Leprosy Fellowship recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary and … More
Why does the internet portray women as if it’s the 1950s?
Thinking about Gender, Transitioning and the Christian response There is a lot of talk about gender and birth sex right … More
The Universal Call for Justice
Is it possible to look outside of Christianity to see people who carry God’s image? Can we learn from them? … More
You can’t hide the sun
Written by former hostage, John McCarthy, who was held in Lebanon for over five years, ‘You Can’t Hide the Sun’ … More
Women who wish to be taken seriously
I came across this stunning prayer today in Celtic Daily Prayer, the introduction suggests that it can be prayed by … More
Renovated: Why you need to know about Neurotheology
Imagine that you sat quietly and alone reading a book about the Christian life. The book is outlining the benefits of being loving, patient and kind and as you read it you find yourself agreeing wholeheartedly. You know it would be great to be like that and you commit yourself to being more loving, patient, and kinder. As you read, one of your family creeps up behind you and puts an ice cube down the back of your neck!
“A grab bag of reportage, rumour, folk memory, and on-the-hoof mysticism produced by regular people”
This is how David Bentley Hart descrbes the New Testament and it is what his new translation hopes to reflect. … More
Friendship across ages and cultures
A little while ago I was asked by the wonderful Kate McCord (Author of ‘In the Land of Blue Burqas’ … More
Robert Coles, Charles Dickens and Louis Theroux
I’m reading about Robert Coles in Philip Yancey’s book ‘Soul Survivor: How my faith survived the church’. I had never … More
Political Advocacy Manager required
https://www.homeforgood.org.uk/jobs/1706/political-advocacy-manager This looks like the ideal job for a Destination Transformer!