A month ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Barnabas at Branch FM about my new book. He … More
Can you help me? There’s another book on the way!
I have fantastic news to share with you. Based on the first few chapters I have written, my publishers are … More
I’ve launched my book, and now I wonder if people think I’m crazy.
On Saturday, I sat on stage at my church and spoke to a small audience and online viewers about my … More
My YouVersion 5-Day Bible Plan: When the needs of the world are overwhelming
I’m delighted to let you know that a Bible plan I wrote for YouVersion (www.bible.com) went live on their site … More
Five questions to help you reflect on Psalm 6
I get so much more from a passage when I follow guided questions to reflect on it rather than read someone else’s thoughts about Bible verses. It is far too easy to be passive, but questions make me stop and take in what I am reading.
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What does God think of arranged marriages and other questions I hadn’t thought to ask
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.
Finding the fear (Jesus is not my boyfriend)
I am supremely grateful that I grew up in a church that introduced me to Jesus as a friend. From … More
Now in print
My recent articles about the Oxymoronic God have been compiled into a small book now available to buy from Amazon. … More
I write these posts because I love God and want my readers to see Him in fresh ways. I’m constantly surprised by how God continues to defy my expectations and breaks out of any box I might put Him in.
You can learn a lot about a culture from its language(s). I have the most wonderful Christian Nepali teacher. Our … 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
If it were up to me, I would give myself a discount on concert tickets. I am so short and always find myself standing behind someone tall. I don’t get the same experience at concerts that others do. I wouldn’t say that I feel scared in a crowd, but there’s definitely a feeling of claustrophobia, and I know of other people my height who avoid crowds altogether.
What is it like to be a sheep?
You don’t have to go far on the internet, to find plentiful examples of posts in which Christians are accused of being idiots. Sometimes these attacks come in the form of lengthy arguments; in others, the accusations are short attacks full of swear words and vitriol. Why is it that so many Christians cherish the wisdom they find in the Bible, but that same knowledge seems like complete nonsense to those outside the faith? Why the mismatch?
Imagine you’re an artist, and you’ve spent the last few years completing your masterpiece. You’re delighted with it, it is your best work, and as you gaze at it, you know the countless hours you spent on it were worth it.
Are you alive?
Other Christians seem to be carrying on as usual. In church, people seem to have no problem worshipping God. Yet, … 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 living sacrifice’, that’s Christ. Why is it necessary that Christ is both living and a sacrifice?
‘A living sacrifice’, that’s us. Why do we need to become living sacrifices?
How to find favour
A few weeks ago, I was struck by these words in Prayer: Forty Days of Practice by Justin Mcroberts and … More
What is Baptism of Fire?
A friend asked me to read this article and to let her know if I agreed with it. It is … More