Do it Well
Good Governance Matters
We will never find any basis for charges against this man Daniel unless it has something to do with the law of his God. (Daniel 6:5)
Things need to be done well so that there is honour to the name of Christ publicly.
Governance is an awkward-sounding word: it does not trip easily off the tongue, and it even sounds a little threatening. It can feel Read More »
What is the role of a charity trustee or PCC member?
Offers unique biblical guidance and perspective
Covers administrative, personal and organisational aspects
Updates on charity regulations
Relevant to other office holders Read More »
Gilana, how long have you been writing and how did you get started?
I started to get ‘nudged’ by God in 2018 and took the prompting seriously the following year after I had left my job at the hospice. My initial thoughts were quite haphazard to put it politely! I knew I wanted to write about the joys and benefits of going on spiritual retreats and started to look back through my personal journals… Read More »
A Relentless Nightmare
Imagine a married couple renting a two-bedroom terraced council house in the 1950s in a dilapidated neighbourhood, with five young children all under the age of six. The children’s parents were holding down different jobs to bring in enough money for food and payment of bills… Read More »
the golden trowel
I’ve been telling stories all my life. That’s what I do. That’s what I’ve always done. It must have started with the squiggles and scribbled drawings I made of what I could see around me when I was very young. And as soon as I learned to speak – at least, that’s how I remember it – I began to tell myself stories as I drifted off to sleep each night about what had happened that day… Read More »
A man hiding a guilty secret that could destroy his life
A family engaged in an unsettling search for truth and forgiveness
A saga of four generations linked by ties stronger than blood Read More »
Extraordinary journey of healing from childhood abuse
Incredible conversion experience
Challenging, inspiring testimony to the power of forgiveness
Threads of God’s grace and healing love woven throughout
Learning to manage chronic pain
Insights into work in hospice care and ministry to the bereaved Read More »
Go, post a lookout and let him report what he sees … let him be alert, fully alert.
(Isaiah 21:6, 7)
The Covid-19 crisis is massively affecting charities. If you look back to the end of chapter 13 (p255), which was on succession planning and possible future trends, you will find this conclusion:
Future-proofing our ministries… Read More »
Ellie, how long have you been writing and how did you get started?
All Saints? is my first book and I started writing it three years ago, although parts of it were swimming around in my head for about a year before that. I had lots of bits of paper with conversations and bits of the plot, which I arranged in order across the floor… Read More »
Jenny, how long have you been writing and how did you get started?
I grew up in a house brimming with books and have always been an avid reader – very important for anyone who writes! My imagination was always busy with ideas, daydreams and make-believe scenarios. I’ve been writing stories since I was a little girl; some in my head and some on paper. I remember winning a school radio poetry competition when I was eleven and I wrote a story published in the Girl Covenanter magazine about a year later… Read More »