2023

Wisdom’s call to write

During lockdown, an online course about Wisdom struck a chord with many. Course leader, therapist and author Helen Warwick reflects on learning how to connect with Wisdom within us and around us. …

Added about 3 months ago.

Piecing Together Peace: Faith, transformation, and the restoration of broken narratives

Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Peace Fellowship and author of Peace is a Doing Word, encourages us to reconsider the rhetoric of war and engage in the ongoing, often challenging work of…

Added about 3 months ago.

Unveiling First Flight: A Glimpse into the Best of Worship Live

Preparing a book for publication can be an interesting and rewarding journey. Here Sacristy Press authors Janet Wootton and Gillian Warson write about their experience. The journey to First …

Added about 4 months ago.

A tribute to Deacon Dr David Clark

David Clark, author of Meeting the Global Crisis, sadly died shortly after completing his manuscript. Here is a tribute to David from his colleague Maurice Staton. It is a privilege t…

Added about 4 months ago.

Exploring Northumberland: A Journey Through England's Enchanting Border County in 4 minutes

Northumberland is a stunning county of great contrasts. Stephen Platten gives us a whistle-stop tour as a foretaste of his stunning hardback guide to England’s most magical county. Making o…

Added about 5 months ago.

Fierce Love: Why I wrote it

Adrian Snell is a well-known Christian singer-songwriter whose concerts and albums attract audiences across Europe. He is now a music therapist for children with special needs. Here he shares…

Added about 6 months ago.

And it was good…

GUEST BLOG: Biblical scholar Clare Amos asks why Christian thinking about ecology and the environment draws heavily on the Old Testament, but not so much on the New Testament. I am writing this b…

Added about 6 months ago.

Exploring the harmony of science and religion: a new perspective on deism’s relevance in the modern world

GUEST BLOG: Deism is the belief in God based on rational thought rather than revelation or religious teaching. David O. Brown, author of All Things Come into Being Through Him, explores the interpla…

Added about 6 months ago.

An exclusive author interview with Katharine Tiernan

Novelist Katharine Tiernan gives us an exclusive insight into the her latest work, Star of the Sea. Sacristy Press: What made you decide to write about your family? Katharine Tiernan:&nbs…

Added about 7 months ago.

Light in the Darkness: Exploring the Path of Christian Hope

GUEST BLOG: Taking to heart the petition in the Lord’s Prayer that God’s Kingdom shall come on earth as it is in heaven Peter Sills asks: What does it mean for human society, and for us …

Added about 7 months ago.

Exploring the Eighteenth Century – Love, Tragedy, and Social Change

GUEST BLOG: Katharine Tiernan explores the origins of her family and their exploits in the Age of Sail. Here is the captivating talk Katharine gave at the book launch in Northumberland. I&…

Added about 8 months ago.

Praying Through the Bible – New Light on Thorny Subjects?

GUEST BLOG: Neil Richardson introduces us to his new book Love Answering Love. Books about the Bible and prayer are often simplistic, or else too detailed and academic. Some don’t seem to e…

Added about 9 months ago.

Baptised Into Fiercer Hope

GUEST BLOG: Bill Topping, a Methodist lay worker, reviews Like There’s No Tomorrow by Frances Ward. Readers of Like There’s No Tomorrow are invited on an intimate and profound journey…

Added about 10 months ago.

Godliness... and Gary Lineker

GUEST BLOG: David R. Tomlinson, author of Living for Love, shares his thoughts on the Gary Lineker row and the government’s new refugee policy. The furore surrounding Gary Lineker’s n…

Added about a year ago.

Refurbishing the Christian Faith

GUEST BLOG: As part of our #ThemeOfTheMonth focus on the after effects of lockdown Neil Richardson, author of Waking Up to God, challenges us to rethink what it means to be a Christian and asks &lsq…

Added about a year ago.

Locked Down or Locked In?

GUEST BLOG: As part of our #ThemeOfTheMonth focus on the after effects of lockdown John Marsh, author of Singing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land, challenges us to bravely embrace change in t…

Added about a year ago.

February #ThemeOfTheMonth: Changed by Lockdown?

Back at the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic we were all asking the same questions. When would things return to normal? Would things return to normal? Should things return to normal? The Church in…

Added about a year ago.

Loving a World in Crisis

GUEST BLOG: David Tomlinson introduces us to his new book Living for Love. Part theological treatise, part manifesto, Living for Love is a book for our times and an urgent read f…

Added about a year ago.

Conundrum

The riddle of the ambushed mind, one day secure in health, shielded within well-being, nourished in a green pasture, refreshed by still waters and soul restored, yet the very next yet again…

Added about a year ago.

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