Jim Cunningham
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 14 LIKES

In a fascinating interview, retired headteacher Jim Cunningham reflects on a poor, but happy childhood growing up in the slums of Glasgow, family poverty, faith and the power of education to transform lives.

 
Jacques Venter
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 13 LIKES

From a young age Jacques Venter found his faith challenged by lifestyle conflicts and family tragedy. Today he works as a church pastor and believes strongly that children should be central in church worship.

 
Tom Pignon
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 13 LIKES

A childhood move from rural Norfolk to Kenya was difficult for Tom Pignon, but somehow he gained a vision for looking beyond himself to the needs of others – something reflected in his charity career.

 
Lutz Rental
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 13 LIKES

In a frank and honest interview, Lutz Rental shares his truly amazing personal journey, a story of hope, courage and God's leading.

 
Richard Poulton
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 13 LIKES

Richard Poulton shares a journey to faith, to legalism – to a true understanding of the Gospel. Enjoy this story of a transformed heart.

 
Mervyn Weir
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 12 LIKES

Victor Hulbert talking with writer, producer and director Mervyn Weir about his new film release, 'Fired Up', a contemporary look at the life of Bible translator, William Tyndale. Mervyn reflects on his lifelong passion for communicating the gospel through drama. Watch the film Read about the Bafta Premier of 'Fired Up'

 
Lynette Allcock
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 12 LIKES

In this lively and engaging interview, Lynette Allcock talks about setting out on a missionary adventure.

 
Elvira Pearson
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 10 LIKES

Elvira Pearson has a missionary heart – but having a heart at all is exceptional for a girl who had to keep her Bible secret and hide her faith from her parents, even at age 14.

 
Robert Hinds
 

In Conversation - Series 5 / 10 LIKES

Following in his father and grandfather's footsteps, farming is in Robert Hinds' blood. He reflects on a lifetime of early mornings and long days, and how he sees God's creative hand in land that he works and the animals he cares for.