Tell us a little about you - your life, your writing and your faith journey. I was born into a Christian family and believed and trusted in Jesus from a very young age, possibly from around four years old. I grew up going to Sunday school and Girl Crusaders and attending church holiday clubs and… Continue reading An interview with author Kathryn Hitchins – writing, ethics and illness
I woke up to this headline (click to read it): People of no religion outnumber Christians in England and Wales The Church of England are thinking about this: https://twitter.com/c_of_e/status/735002421479378945 That got me thinking about revival - today. What does revival look like in our country where the statistics look bleak for Christians? Revival is not...… Continue reading Rend To Revival
The title of this post is based on a tweet I read from the Theos think tank. They seek to 'inform the debate about the place of religion in society, challenging ill-informed thinking through... research, events and media comment.' There was a recent lecture entitled ‘Between cross and crescent: the future of religion in the… Continue reading From Cross to Crescent
As a blogger and a writer, I cannot help but feel a little on edge at the rise in violence against bloggers and writers who exercise their human right of freedom of speech. I write about my Christian faith and I have the freedom to do that - at the moment. Freedom of expression is… Continue reading Blogging or Flogging: When Did Blogging Become a Crime?
Writing has been hard the last couple of weeks. Circumstances out of my control came upon me and flooded me with all sorts of thoughts, feelings and emotions. I will write more about these circumstances in the future, but currently I am going through the storm. My strength just feels zapped. Ideas for my writing… Continue reading The Greatest Invitation