Hurrah – just in time for the book’s release in the USA, Australia and elsewhere, here is the second of our two promo videos, made
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We moved house this summer – so this poem is apt: the ‘clocks and carpets and chairs on the lawn all day’. We moved to
I just can’t bear it. Having had friends who have lived in Aleppo, the sight of the firestorm there these week has been heartbreaking. Destruction
This grew out of some conversations at a Langham workshop in Budapest back in March when we were trying to come up some creative teaching
I was giving a talk at a church in Oxford last weekend, on the issue of Doing Christian Ministry while Battling Depression (it should be
This poem is more positive than it first appears. Nevertheless, it is pointed and painful. But then, how can the sense of failure not be?
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) and Mark Rothko (1903-1970) might not seem natural subjects for a Q combination. She was an American poet who rarely, if ever,