I am so overjoyed that Lirika Davis has joined me on the blog this week. We first met through the Stilettos Conference in Plymouth and I was captivated by her words of encouragement and love for Christ. Lirika is a wonderful friend, a great speaker and a gifted writer and I hope that today's post… Continue reading An interview with Lirika Davis – cultures, communication and Christ
You don't want to miss this interview - it's an eye-opener to medical care in a place of poverty in contrast to the NHS, it will challenge you to build bridges with those who believe differently to you and that big topic of 'god and suffering' is covered by an experienced neonatologist who has seen… Continue reading An interview with Nicci Maxwell – medical mission and crossing cultures
When speaker, author and apologist Nabeel Qureshi announced that he was diagnosed with stage 4 stomach cancer, I felt compelled to write about it as soon as I had read it. You can read my blog post here: Nabeel Qureshi's Cancer Diagnosis - A Morning Reflection. On Saturday September 16th 2017, Nabeel went to be with… Continue reading Nabeel Qureshi’s Death (1983 – 2017): A Difficult Reflection
This blog post has been on my mind for the last few days. I have been contemplating how to convey my thoughts without being controversial. I guess that's the nature of 'religion' in the 21st century Western society that I find myself in. Whether it's the Archbishops causing controversy over a letter sent to clergy… Continue reading The banner on the bus says…
Debating, confronting, arguing. Three words that make me uneasy. At school, if there was going to be a class debate I wanted the ground to swallow me up. I do not tend to stutter or stammer, but if I am confronted on something challenging which may catch me off-guard, my words begin to jumble and… Continue reading The Timid Evangelist?