Does the past bind you?
Are you afraid of the future?
Learn to live fully in the present and trust God for what is to come
An invitation to live differently
Offers steps to a changed mindset Read More »
How can we as the Church become more effective in transforming our communities, when there is a lack of unity between us? Often many church gatherings in small towns, nowhere do Christians appear to be more divided than on a Sunday morning! Ian Mayer talks to John Pantry and Craig Wakeling on Inspirational Breakfast! Listen to … Read more …
Chick, your first novel, Rooks at Dusk, follows the story of a Christian leader who has a crisis of faith and is unfaithful to his wife. In a nutshell, what’s your second book about? My second book, The Man Who Broke into St Peter’s, is all about just that – the man who broke into St … Read more …
When I started to visit the women in Soho the majority of them were English, with the exception of some who were French and one who was German. The models who were a bit older and more established often had their own rented flat. They usually worked five days a week, had their own maid and would hire someone to stand in for them at weekends. Read More »
About This Book
Five years ago, I was involved with others in building a project to support those being released from prison, who wished to pursue a Christian faith. At that time, we were venturing out on a limb; nothing like what we were trying to do existed. Read More »
Start to build differently
When we examine Church traditions and structures that many of us have known since childhood, they are found wanting. It is not that the Church we know is insincere or wrong, but rather that it has mislaid something along its journey. Read More »
Author Ian Mayer discusses his new book Are We Brave Enough? with Sarah Major on BBC Radio Sheffield.
How can a church move from being a factory for making believers to a movement for creating disciples?
All too often, the ABC of church is: Attendance, Buildings, Cash. Is there hope for more? Read More »
Working with released prisoners
Reveals their thoughts and feelings
Why we should get involved in supporting them
Challenges preconceptions, provokes to action
Practical guidance on how to help Read More »
How long have you been writing and how did you get started? I’ve been writing on and off since I was a child (mostly angsty poetry and bad plays!). I wanted to be a writer when I was young, but I don’t think I was taught the skills of writing well, being at school during … Read more …
One woman’s love for sexually exploited women
Recounts personal stories from London’s red-light district
Inspiration and encouragement to reach out beyond where you are
Includes Heidi’s personal story of being set free Read More »