I didn't really understand what a saviour was when I was growing up. My family wasn't religious, I didn't spend much time thinking about God, and I considered the Bible a rather inspirational myth. I believed that Mary and Joseph went to Bethlehem riding a donkey in th...

Now I don’t know about you, but when I was a child, to a certain extent, I believed the things that the people I knew and trusted told me. I’ve grown up in a Christian household, with incredible parents who I love deeply and who raised me to know and to love God, surro...

I often feel like people who have known me and my family for a long time may not take anything I say about a ‘personal faith’ seriously. I remember, when I was 12, having my brother’s friend as a form mentor. He had been round to our house, and I used to see him on the...

If you go through my phone, you'll find 241 lists. I'm a bit of an organisation freak; I've got a million to-do lists, bucket lists, and I even spent hours one night looking at honeymoon itineraries.
 

Too often my life feels like a list of "shoulds" is and "woulds", an...

No one likes to be different, yet I have always felt 'different'. I arrived at this country when I was seven years old, with very little English and even less confidence. I looked different, spoke different, and behaved different. Sometimes people joked about the way I...

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