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.
It was an absolute privilege to interview Anju for my forthcoming book, ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: 12 powerful stories … 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?
Hooray! I have reached the end. For the last fifteen months, I have been writing my book ‘Come with me … More
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.
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
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.
Regular readers of this blog will know I am currently writing a book about Christian women in Nepal. My contract … More
Other Christians seem to be carrying on as usual. In church, people seem to have no problem worshipping God. Yet, … More
The Suffering Saviour contains a series of sermons about The Passion of Christ, which were Jesus’ last weeks on earth. … More
The pain and suffering we see in the world around us, particularly during this Covid crisis, cause us to forget. Sometimes we just get distracted by the busyness of life. Remembering what God has done for us helps us in the present and future.
I am delighted to be back in Kathmandu to continue interviewing ladies for my forthcoming book ‘Come with me to … More
We all have that Christian friend, the one who attributes the most shallow of blessings to God’s provision. “Just look … More
One current tragically overlooked crisis is the ongoing and frequent kidnap of people in Nigeria.
‘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?
To be is better than to do; you taught me that, Lord. Though the lesson was hard, I’m thankful.Fruit comes … More
What do we do after Covid? Many of us have lost loved ones; others have watched friends and family suffer. … More
A few weeks ago, I was struck by these words in Prayer: Forty Days of Practice by Justin Mcroberts and … More