Mart de Groot
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 27 January 2016

Dr Mart de Groot, former director of the Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland and retired Seventh-day Adventist pastor. Mart reflects on his childhood, inspirational teachers and his lifelong quest to reconcile the relationship between faith and science.

 
Debbie Higgens
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 21 January 2016

A fan of C S Lewis since picking up his book, Mere Christianity during her student days, Debbie Higgens now serves as on-site director and warden for 'The Kilns', the Oxford home where Lewis spent the last twenty years of his life. It was the simplicity of Mere Christianity that appealed to Debbie, as well as Mere Christianity, Lewis is best known for his children's series, The Chronicles of Narnia, and for The Screwtape Letters. All three, she says, are very powerful representations of the gospel. They are also a very approachable reintroduction, she says quoting Lewis, "Stealing past the watchful dragons", for those who have been turned off Christianity in the past. "He flips it and says, 'look at it in a different way'."

 
Jonathan Burnett
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 10 April 2014

Jonathan Burnett shares his no-holds-barred experience of life in a pastoral family, how he turned his back on a career in biochemistry to volunteer as a teacher in Korea and go on to become a pastor. And talks honestly about his private struggles with the darker side of the human experience.

 
Jamie Jorge
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 2 April 2014

Jaime Jorge, renowned Adventist violinist, shares his story of faith to God in communist Cuba, how God has transformed his life, and the difference that trust can make. We also hear some of his music.

 
Pauline Allcock
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 26 March 2014

Pauline Allcock trained as a lawyer but ME put paid to that employment. However, a remarkable answer to prayer means that today she not only holds down a successful job, but works with Adventist Frontier Missions and volunteers in her local church.

 
Joel Duntin
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 20 March 2014

Joel Duntin has worked in Mental Health services but is currently studying for the ministry at Newbold College. His is not just a theoretical ministry. Together with his wife, Sallee, they run Templeway church, a contemporary outreach seeking to touch lives outside of the normal church walls.

 
Richard Shaw
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 13 March 2014

Richard Shaw was born with muscular atrophy, a congenital, degenerative impairment causing wasting of the "voluntary" muscles. Despite having never effectively walked and been a wheelchair user most of his life, he shares how a thoughtful Christian carer helped him come to faith, and how living with a disability is no barrier to living a fulfilling life.

 
Karin and Llew Edwards
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 5 March 2014

Karin and Llew Edwards openly share their moving and thoughtful views on living with terminal cancer. Their mixture of humour, honesty and a deep trust in God makes this compelling viewing.

 
Elisabeth Sanguesa
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 27 February 2014

Growing up in a country where her Church was deemed illegal, yet her dad was a printer of Christian books, Elisabeth developed both a love for God and for literature. She also loves travel, just as well as today she is Marketing Manager for the Stanborough Press and travels the world promoting Adventist literature.