It was Christmas Eve afternoon, just one more sleep until Christmas. The weather was mild and the sky shone a clear pale blue over the Staffordshire village of Oxley. Sophie Ashton negotiated the potholes of the church drive, accompanied by Henry, aged two and a half, in his smart outfit, new shoes polished. Sophie was feeling remarkably relaxed… Read More »
My Life Has Purpose and Meaning
Whether you know it or not, God has a purpose for your life that is greater than you could possibly think or imagine.
I want to begin by telling you a personal story. I was brought up in London in a Polish family… Read More »
Thought-provoking contemporary novel
Temptation versus trust
How deep desires can shape choices
Covers singleness, infidelity, infertility and adoption
Portrays ups and downs of vicarage life Read More »
Asks, ‘Who am I? What is my purpose?’
Raises relational and identity issues
A timely book for leaders and thinkers
Debates our uniqueness and significance
Points to something greater than ourselves Read More »
When he was at the table with them, he took bread, gave thanks, broke it and began to give it to them.
A few months ago, one of those videos of Read More »
Are you feasting or starving in lockdown?
Are you struggling to ‘swallow’ your circumstances?
Are you spiritually satisfied?
Are you hungering for more?
A call to radical faith in Jesus. Read More »
Pamela, how long have you been writing and how did you get started?
I’ve been writing creative non-fiction since 2008, but before that I wrote and published some academic articles in public health journals.
African Pearl records personal details of your own journey into discovering and understanding more about your identity – how did you find writing about these things… Read More »
‘There’s a strange disease killing people in Kikyo,’ Kisembo tells me, a frown spreading across his face. Whenever I go in to pay my bill at his drug shop – the one with a black and white fence a few houses down from Nyahuka Health Centre – if I settle onto a bench and lean my head against the wall, I know I’ll get more than just a receipt. This morning I hadn’t intended to stay.
‘A strange disease? What could it be?’ Crossing my legs, I notice… Read More »
The story of an epidemic
From New York’s Bronx to a Ugandan village
An Irish-Nigerian returns to Africa
Addresses singleness, identity, sacrifice and calling
Fast-paced and engaging Read More »
What can we learn about the presence of the fullness of the kingdom and the free running God at the empty tomb? Learn more in this extract from Shaun Lambert’s A Book of Sparks! Read More »