John Swinton joins us from his sabbatical in Australia to share his thoughts and insights on compassion. John was a nurse in the mental health sector and now is a professor at the University of Aberdeen. He has a beautiful vision for living lives of compassion fuelled by his life long work and friendship with those affected by mental health.
We caught up with Ruth Yimika Afolabi, writer, editor and founder of Magnify magazine. Words are clearly important for her work life but we wanted to hear her thoughts on the impact they can have on a personal relationship with God.
Pete Greig, founder of 24-7 Prayer and who leads Emmaus Road Guildford with his wife Sammy, discusses his thoughts on the practice of solitude. Pete explains how it is one of the most radical things we can practice in our apprenticeship to Jesus whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert.
Mark Knight, a lecturer at St Mellitus Collage, shares his thoughts on the importance of confession and how it’s still relevant today.
Caleb Meakins has plenty of experience in stepping out of his comfort zone. He founded the Shift movement, a community of young Christians with a vision to see people captivated by God and impacting culture, and more recently set up Bake and Brew, a coffee house and creative community space in Ethiopia. In this episode, he joins us to share his thoughts on the importance of living an undignified life and how to overcome a fear of failure.
Principal of Westminster Theological Centre Lucy Peppiatt discusses how we can cultivate a devotional prayer life.
Bishop of Kensington, Graham Tomlin, was heavily involved in caring for the local community affected by the Grenfell tragedy of June 2017. In this podcast, we explore the topic of peace and how we can experience it amidst the ups and downs of life.
For this episode, we headed to Lambeth Palace to speak with Kiera Phyo, director of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Reconciling Leaders Network, and Philip Guthrie, a mediator and trustee of Wandsworth Mediation Service, about the extraordinary power of reconciliation.
The Bible helps us live in the story of Jesus and anchors us in the truths of the Kingdom of God. It may be an ancient library of books, but it has everything to do with daily life in the present. Bishop of Kensington Graham Tomlin talks us through the practice of Bible study.