Katharine Hill

Katharine Hill is UK Director for Care for the Family. She speaks and writes widely on family matters; she blogs regularly for the Huffington Post and is a popular speaker, writer and broadcaster. She has practised as a family lawyer and as a member of the board of the International Commission for Couple and Family Relations, as well as being a member of a government advisory group on family issues. Katharine is married to Richard and they have four grown-up children and two grandchildren.

“Reading this is like sitting down with a wonderfully experienced, well informed and beautifully calm and practical friend.”

Dr Kate Middleton

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Probably the Best Idea in the World

At the heart of everything there is one very good idea – the true currency of our society, the key to all human flourishing and happiness. That idea is very simple.

It is love, actually. Love God. Love one another. Your neighbour. Your enemy.

Mark Greene is a legend. When I grow up I’d like to be more like him. I can always trust Mark to have his finger on the pulse of God and the world. I can’t think of a better opportunity than this book to learn the deep and beautiful Christian foundation essential for our times – Love.

Danielle Strickland, Speaker, Author and Social Justice Advocate

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We all experience deep hurt, or challenging life events, at some point in our lives. We all need to care for our emotional and mental health. But most of us do so alone, with little access to help of any kind. According to the World Health Organization, hundreds of millions of people around the world struggle with emotional and relational issues—and do not have access to help. LifeCare is a response to this crisis.

There is hope here! No matter how stuck you feel, you can change. This book is not a prescription for an easy solution, nor a soothing tonic to deepen your denial. It’s a guide to abundant life, and it will ask you to work. So if you are ready to grow, find in these pages a path toward redemption and the stories to prove you can get there.

Amy Simpson, Author of Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church’s Mission

I believe the issues addressed in Left to Their Own Devices? are some of the most important for today’s parents – and whether our children are toddlers or teens. I urge you to read it.
Rob Parsons, OBE
Founder and Chairman of Care for the Family