Geert Tap
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 29 LIKES

Pastor Geert Tap shares how the words of his dying grandfather changed his life and shaped his unexpected journey of joy.

 
Debbie Higgens
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 26 LIKES

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'."

 
Deborah Harris
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 16 LIKES

Deborah Harris, entrepreneur and money expert draws together the principles that have formed her life. Where does she find the joy in numbers and advice giving, and what influences determined her will to succeed?

 
Jonathan Burnett
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 16 LIKES

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.

 
Obi Iheoma
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 15 LIKES

Pastor Obi is not your run-of-the-mill pastor. When he visits your home he may well offer you freshly baked home-made bread. If you see him on the street he seems to know everyone. If you need an expert in bridge-building, Pastor Obi Iheoma is your man.

 
John & Amy Ainsworth
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 14 LIKES

Amy & John Ainsworth share the secrets and challenges of living with epilepsy. How difficult is it living with a physical illness that people cannot see? Why marry someone when you know you will have to be a carer for life? And what does a life-time condition do to your faith?

 
Elisabeth Sanguesa
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 14 LIKES

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.

 
Julian Hibbert
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 13 LIKES

Discover the life of Messenger Editor, Pastor Julian Hibbert. Find the courage of his father on 'the long march' as a German prisoner of war at the end of WW2, and how his humanity then passed onto his son today.

 
Sinisa Horvat
 

In Conversation - Series 6 / 12 LIKES

Sinisa Horvat, a communist atheist who found God through a school friend and now wants to narrow the gap between the secular world and what the Church has to offer.