Sheridan Voysey

Events

  • Woman to Woman Conference 24/10/15 Location: London at Methodist Central Hall Details
  • The Christian New Media Conference 14/11/15 Location: London at The Brewery Details

Sheridan's Twitter

  • Study guide for next book finished, check. Radio 2 spot written for next week, check. Now to that little ebook...
    about 9 hours ago
  • @drbexl OK, thanks. This part of your new gig?
    about 9 hours ago
  • @drbexl Just saw one. Looks like a great conf. Will the papers be posted anywhere? Interested in pilgrimage one #fandomleics
    about 9 hours ago
  • @drbexl Now I know what my otherwise happy childhood lacked!
    about 10 hours ago
  • Replay: A Story About Starting Again (Resurrection Year excerpt) http://t.co/GAohpoxZDe #spirituality
    about 16 hours ago
  • New today: Where can God be found? In an isolated tribe, a car, a park bench, a rubbish pile http://t.co/RoR7hwKC4L http://t.co/mZ1bNgQZiS
    1 day ago
  • @srjf I interviewed Don a few years back. A very good writer
    1 day ago
  • A backseat chat with @donaldmiller Nice work @kencoleman @ramsayshow http://t.co/itIOoM2ns5
    1 day ago
  • @revgregbrewer Do share one on the blog, Greg!
    1 day ago
  • Elijah found him in a whisper and Jacob in his dreams. And these 5 people found God in unexpected places too > http://t.co/50g4eK6Qqg
    1 day ago

My Latest Book

Resurrection Year 3D (Main)

My Other Books

  • Unseen Footprints 2011 3D Cover_540w       
  • Unseen Footprints UK-US Edition 3D Cover_540w       
  • Open House Volume 3 3D Cover540       
  • Open House Volume 2 3D Cover540       
  • Open House Volume 1 3D Cover540       

Blog

Readable (13/4)

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This week’s interesting links and articles:

Can faith save people from a life of alcoholism or depression? (Oliver James, Guardian.co.uk): “Of course, no researchers have ever posited the most obvious explanation for the better mental health and cleaner living of the religious: that there is a God.” (Oliver James is an agnostic.)

Why Am I Not Happy? (Salon.com): “I have everything I ever really thought I wanted — a great job, a wonderful relationship, great friends, financial security, a beautiful house, a place in the community. But I’m not happy.” (My response: The Meaning of Life: A 5th Option)

A Purpose-Driven Cosmos (Russell Moore, ChristianityToday.com): “In a truly Christian vision of the kingdom of God, Jesus of Nazareth isn’t a hoop we jump through to extend our lives into eternity. Jesus is the kingdom of God in person. He is the meaning of life, the goal of history, and the pattern of the future.”

What Good Grief Looks Like When a Daughter Dies (Ben Witherington, ChristianityToday.com): “The phone rang late Wednesday night, January 11, 2012. It was Christy’s boyfriend. He was barely intelligible because he was crying so much. The words he spoke were, ‘Christy is gone. She was found dead in the house. Christy has passed away.'”

And in case you missed them:

Monday to Friday (Sheridan Voysey, OurDailyJourney.org): “Fishing, cooking, architecture, engineering, mathematics, biology, art, business and parenting—Jesus is Lord of them all. Whatever your calling in life, he is your ultimate authority.”

Unseen Footprints Audiobook (SheridanVoysey.com): “After months in production, I’m excited to announce the release of the new Unseen Footprints audiobook! An unabridged reading of the new edition book in all its glory.” (FREE Chapter and $5 discount)

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