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African Pearl

Irish-Nigerian Pamela Brown-Peterside is forty and burned out when she exchanges the intensity of an honourable public health career in New York City for the lush valleys of western Uganda. She goes there to join an America missionary doctor couple..


An Englishman returns to Africa after nearly forty years in a bid to recapture his carefree colonial childhood. Through a chance meeting with a street child in Victoria Falls Town, his life becomes entwined with that of a one-time child slave and ...


Is a full and abundant life possible if your childhood has been shattered by abuse? One in five of us experiences severe abuse in some form as a child,* often leading to devastating emotional and mental health problems in adulthood. Giles D Lascell

Diary of Isabella M Smugge, The

Meet Isabella Smugge – as in ‘Br-uge-s’, naturally! Instagram influencer, consummate show-off and endearingly self-unaware. With a palatial home, charming husband and three well-mannered children, she is living the Country Life dream. Newly arrived i
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Less than ordinary

Our identity or self-image is a bit like looking in a mirror. We see our reflection and make judgments about ourselves. However, the 'mirror' we use tends to be the world around us: how do I compare with others and what do they think of me? But there

Losing the fig leaf

Do you ever feel as if you are hiding your true self? Do you yearn to be free to live life to the glorious fullness? Adam and Eve were made perfect in the image of God, joyously free to delight in life with Him and with one another. But this image..

Man who broke into St Peters The

When the caretaker of St Peter’s finds that the church has been broken into early on the Saturday morning after Christmas, and that the elderly intruder is still in the building and kneeling at the communion rail, no-one is quite sure what to do. W

Mission with something out of the ordina

Challenging call to a new kind of mission! What does putting out the bins in a multi-ethnic, terraced street have to do with mission? Middle-class Northern Irishman Paul Keeble shares his story of 30+ years living in a deprived, inner-city Manchester