On the trail of the Seven Deadly Sins

On the trail of the Seven Deadly Sins

A Chat With Kenneth Baker   It may be more than 20 years since he stood down as an MP, but Kenneth Baker has not been resting on his laurels. He has already published a series of books and his latest is one whose subject has captured his attention since his time as an MP. […]

The Presence project

The Presence project

A Chat With Andy Hunter   Some new releases get launched with a huge media blast, while some just seep out slowly. One that surely deserves a blast, but has quietly evolved in stages, is Andy Hunter’s Presence project, its vision to inspire people’s reflections and experience God’s presence in their everyday lives. As a […]

Preaching the message of God’s love

Preaching the message of God’s love

A Chat With Jayne Ozanne It was one of her first professional challenges. Working for Proctor & Gamble, the marketing expert was assigned to the launch of Lenor Ultra, a revamped version of Lenor Concentrate. However, it was to prove a failure. “One of the secrets of fabric softener is that evidently homemakers love pouring […]

Finding hope in the darkness

Finding hope in the darkness

One Christian leader’s battles with mental health issues is focus of his new book. A Chat With Mark Meynell By Colin Blakely Churches should be kind. That’s the message from Mark Meynell who has just published a deeply personal account of his struggles with mental health issues. He was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder […]

Fellowship in the Gospel

Fellowship in the Gospel

We meet the man rebooting the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion A Chat With The Rev Richard Crocker By Colin Blakely   It was set up in 1961 by the Rev John Stott, but now the Rev Richard Crocker has been charged with recharging EFAC for a new generation. EFAC, or the Evangelical Fellowship […]

A Commonwealth of faiths

A Commonwealth of faiths

As the Commonwealth Heads of Government began their meeting in London this week, new research has cast light on the religious make-up of the 53-member grouping. The conclusion of the research, carried out by the Council of Christians and Jews, found that the Commonwealth is a vibrant multi-faith entity, but that religious freedom is still […]

London Diocese unites to tackle homelessness in the capital

London Diocese unites to tackle homelessness in the capital

A Chat with The Rt Rev Adrian Newman, Bishop of Stepney CLERGY in London parishes can help tackle homelessness day-to-day, according to the Bishop of Stepney, the Rt Rev Adrian Newman, who is championing the Diocese of London Homelessness Appeal: Tackling Homelessness Together. According to the Rt Rev Pete Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden and Acting […]

Hoping in Hope

Hoping in Hope

By Rev Canon J John   Popular belief has it that the third Monday of January is the most depressing time of the year. In fact this is probably now one of those self-fulfilling prophecies that will indeed prove to be true. Whatever the case, it’s certainly true that January, with cold rain lashing against […]

Churches and the domestic agenda

Churches and the domestic agenda

Ross Hendry   Ross Hendry, Chief Executive of Spurgeons Children’s Charity, comments on the role of the church in bridging the gap between the government’s domestic agenda to support those in society who need it most   What does the new deputy chairman of the Conservative Party have in common with a vicar in West […]

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