Here you’ll find various upcoming authors’ news, events and appearances; from reviews and interviews, festivals to bookstalls, tours to launches, we hope you will find something you’ll enjoy!
Chris and Denise Arthey
Authors of Highway 35, the remarkable story of their recovery from a life-changing motorcycle accident, Chris and Denise will be speaking at a number of events in the coming weeks and months.
28 January 2024 Grace Church, Haywards Heath 120 Middle Village, Bolnore, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH164GJ
Holy Spirit Conference, Bridgetown, Oregon.
26 and 27 January, 6:30pm
Simon Ponsonby will be speaking at the main evening sessions of the sixth annual Holy Spirit Conference from Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon on 26 and 27 January. If you can’t make it to Oregon, you can join by livestream https://brdgtwnchrch.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/1825499
Men’s Breakfast – Trusting God, No Matter What
Saturday 27th January 8:45 am – 10:30 am, Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar CM5 9NL
When confronted with the desperate problems of poverty he witnessed in Africa, Grant Smith did the only thing he knew how – business. Business that would provide jobs and pay people enough so that they would not have to rely on charity to send their kids to school, so that none would be forced to live in a tin shed without water, electricity, sewerage or dignity, fighting off the threat of pneumonia every time it rained.
Come along and hear Grant’s story “God can be trusted, but he doesn’t half make it hard at times’.
Organised by the Nationwide Christian Trust. £15 per person, Full English Breakfast included. Call to book 01277367124 or email email@example.com
Woman Alive – new article
Rosemary Hector, author of A Quickening, writes clearly and helpfully about the role of men in today’s confusing world.
If we are constantly told something about ourselves, even if it is only partially true, we come to believe it. If we take seriously boys and men and their needs, and engage with them positively in order to encourage, we may be surprised.
Thank God it’s Monday – new podcast
Mark Greene, Mission Champion at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, speaks to two leaders shaping godly culture in the civil service and business. The work we do matters deeply to God but it can be hard to spot how our jobs contribute to our mission as disciples of Jesus. Tune in to hear a new perspective on work’s place in our call as Christians – and plenty of practical ides for your own workplace witness.
Born Free – magazine review
Check out Premier Christianity magazine’s review of Katharine Hill’s latest book, Born Free: a call to be still, know God and flourish in a hectic world.
Hill approaches the theme with honesty and humility. She draws on her own shortcomings to reassure and encourage readers to strive after intimacy with God, and she communicates her message with humorous anecdotes, pointing us to relevant scriptures and Christ’s example.