This year I read less books than I have in two decades. But the ones I did read were almost all excellent. Maybe, as you get older, your ability to pick a good book increases? Here are five of the best I read in 2017, complete with juicy quotes from each one: Best adultContinue reading “Five of the best books I read in 2017”
Last month I spoke in Guelph, Ontario, on why some people are drawn to the idea of God and others are repelled. Here’s a brief clip…
My interview on the Canadian Christian TV show Insight, which was on the topic of evangelism, is now available online. You can watch it here:
Last month I was speaking at series of events in Groningen, Netherlands (pictured below), and I wrote about my experiences on the Chrysolis website, here.
This year I’ve read a bunch of books. Not as many as when I was researching for my own book in 2014/15, or in previous years when I was enrolled as a student somewhere or other, but still a fair few. Some were older and others were brand new. Here are five of my favorites:Continue reading “The Best Books I Read In 2016”
Check out this very short little video I just put together about our work training people who can engage others publicly with the plausiblity and relevance of Jesus and his story:
I’ve just started doing video updates for friends and supporters. Check out the first one, from my recent trip to Indonesia.
I’ve just written a post on the biggest problem I encounter in training speakers and communicators. Take a look, here.
Last month I was in Canada with Lorna Dueck and her staff. While I was there I recorded a short interview on religion, secularism, suffering and violence. Take a look:
Last week I was interviewed on The Drew Marshall Show, Canada’s most popular spiritual talk show, right between a Hollywood agent and a Harvard professor.
A few more reviews of my book are trickling in online. Take a look at the four latest by clicking on the links below: Rachel’s Book Reviews Influence Magazine Joyfully Discontent Deeper Waters
I recently found myself attending the Buddhist equivalent of the Alpha course, and I wrote about it on the Chrysolis website. Check it out, here.