A new year. A new decade. After counting down to Big Ben chiming, watching the ball drop in Times Square and seeing Sydney Harbour erupt in fireworks, today we begin a new chapter of our lives. This is a time of new possibilities and adventures, but also uncertainty for some as none of us knows
Some churches have statements of faith they adhere to, called creeds. But they’re often not the kind of thing we turn to in times of trial. So my author friend Tony Horsfal wrote his own: a courage-building ‘Resilience Creed’—one that expresses the kind of truths we can hold to in times of adversity and pain.
"Once in a while a book comes along that changes your life. The beauty and power of the words in Unseen Footprints touched me so deeply I was moved to tears. It marked a turning point in my life, not just spiritually, but in all aspects of it" ~ Alison. Today I'm excited to announce
Could we have had encounters with the divine that we haven’t yet recognised as such? Could God be written into the drama of our lives as if played by a secondary character or an extra that we haven’t paid much attention to? Read or download the first three chapters of the new edition award-winning
The African Impala can jump to great heights yet be contained in any zoo with just a one metre high wall. Why? Because it won't jump if it can't see where it's feet will land. While I'm touring the US I'm airing a series of 'encore' episodes of my podcast. Today we explore how not
Reared in an abusive home, Nicky Cruz joined Brooklyn’s infamous Mau-Maus gang and rose to become one of New York’s most feared gang leaders. Then a bespectacled country pastor uttered three words that forever changed his life. In this moving interview, Nicky tells his story.
In 1991 Irene Gleeson sold her home, flew to Uganda, towed a caravan to the war zone of Kitgum and began to teach war-traumatised children under a mango tree. Sadly, Irene passed away in July 2013. But not before leaving behind a remarkable legacy.
I’m often asked to name a favourite radio interview I’ve done and this 2001 conversation is always on the list. Adrian Plass is a British writer, speaker, poet and humorist. In this interview we talk about finding the funny side of life and church. Little did I know in 2001 just what this interview would
Imagine entering life without arms or legs. In 1982 Nick Vujicic was born with the rare Tetra-amelia disorder, a condition which still baffles doctors today. Yet, with one small foot and a lot of faith, Nick is living a most extraordinary life and bringing hope to millions.
The African Impala is a deer-like animal that can jump to great heights, yet be contained in any zoo with just a one metre high wall. Why? Because it won't jump if it can't see where it's feet will land. That's like many of us: we won't take a leap of faith unless we know