Anyone who’s ventured beyond Oxford stats with me in conversation will probably be aware of my love of exploring. The sheer enthusiasm I display for restless road-trips, ceaseless cycle-tours and heavenly-hikes is received with curiosity to say the least. But the relev...

It’s no secret to my friends and family that decisions are not my forte. Whether it’s my degree course or my next meal, there is never an easy answer and “I don’t mind” and “I don’t know” are my trusty friends. I’m deeply aware that I’ll never please everyone, and I’ll...

When I came to Oxford, I had never really considered that Jesus might be who he said he was. If you had asked me, I probably would have said that there had been a man called Jesus who lived around 2000 years ago, but that there was no way he had done all the crazy thin...

What exactly does being a “Christian” mean? I have used this word to describe myself for a long time now but my life has been a journey to find out its true meaning.

I once read an article which described my hometown as “the buckle on the Bible Belt” of Northern Ireland...

Before I came to university, I thought most of the problems I faced in life could be fixed by working harder. If I didn’t do as well as I wanted to in an exam, I just needed to push myself further in my revision. If someone didn’t seem to like me, I needed to put in mo...

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