Redefining the mission field - Alastair Mciver visits financial missionaries
When I grew up, it used to be called Bombay. Today it’s called Mumbai. Whatever it’s called, and whether it’s then, or now, those who had or have plenty breathe the same polluted air as those who have nothing. Little has changed, or so it seems.
Lead singer of British Country Band, Ashton Lane, Esther O’Connor, talks to Alastair McIver about combining faith, family and music.
Alastair McIver hears how actress Amanda Root is using the creative gifts to help victims of trauma
Alastair McIver talks with the London based actress Emma Rigby about life in Hollywood, coming home, and faith
Alastair McIver speaks with Wet Wet Wet legend Graeme Duffin about his longevity and survival in the music industry
Alastair McIver meets Crystal Palace’s longest serving current player
As writers, there is no better way to recount the stories of your life - the observations, the emotions, the ups and the downs - than to journal them, write them or simply put them down on paper in note form for when you are ready to write them up.
What can Mademoiselle Hoschede see, as she looks down from the balcony, of number twenty-three, Giverny?
Alastair McIver looks at how therapeutic arts can help in the recovery and restoration of survivors of domestic violence.