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preaching with presence

a link to my article at the Baptist Times – preaching with presence

This is a link to my article ‘preaching with presence’ via Baptist Times Online.

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Ultimate Quiet – an interview with poet Kenneth Steven

Ultimate Quiet – an interview with poet Kenneth Steven

This is my interview with poet Kenneth Steven about his new poem ‘A Song among the Stones’ and Iona, which was posted in the Baptist Times Online. Just click on the link above.

Grief – a thousand times worse than imagined

Grief – a thousand times worse than imagined

My interview with Nigel Copsey, Anglican priest and trained counsellor about the death of his wife Kathryn, for @BaptistTimes.

Crossing the river – again

Crossing the river – again

The link to my interview with Shalom Eilati, Holocaust survivor, in the Baptist Times online is posted above. It first appeared for National Holocaust Memorial Day, 27th January 2013.

How God changes your brain for the better #brain scans

How God changes your brain for the better #brain scans   (click this link)

A link to an interview of mine with Andrew Newberg, a neuroscientist in the USA who is the author of a number of books including ‘How God Changes Your Brain’

The dissolution of the moralities #moral memory

The dissolution of the moralities #moral memory

 

Click on the link above to go to a Baptist Times Online article I have just written on how we acquire moral memory as Christians. If we want to create a real community which shares Christ, Christlikeness, hospitality, service and attentiveness to the Other then we need moral memory.

Mind and Soul – Christianity and mental health

Mind and Soul – Christianity and mental health

An interview with Rev Will Van der Hart and Rob Waller, Consultant Psychiatrist, founders of PREMIER Mind and Soul which works at the interface of the church and mental health.

Today is World Mental Health Day, particularly focusing on depression. This is an interview of hope.