Making Room – David Grant in conversation Krish Kandiah
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-27-2018
Such a privilege to spend time with David Grant the 80s pop legend, singer, vocal coach, campaigner but most importantly the adopted dad. Here's a little interview we recorded together in London during the heatwave.   [ms_youtube link="https://youtu.be/8-2rk3cbWMc" width="100%" height="100%" mute="no" autoplay="yes" loop="yes" controls="yes" class="" id=""][/ms_youtube]
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Andy Crouch interviews Krish about God is Stranger
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 05-16-2018
Krish's latest book "God is Stranger" challenges the way we understand God and what it means to have intimacy with him. Multi-award winning journalist and author Andy Crouch speaks to Krish Kandiah about  his book. You can purchase God is Stranger from Eden.co.uk and all good bookstores. The book is published in the US with IVP. Commendations for the book include: "My friend Krish Kandiah's new book is not only needed 'for such a time as this,' it's one that will help reshape some of our thoughts and feelings toward others…
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Books for Life
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-16-2016
I remember the day I bought my first Bible. I had become a Christian through a friend explaining his faith to me among the Bunsen burners in our school chemistry lab. I saved up my earnings from my Saturday job and looked up my local Christian bookshop. The elderly owner was a bibliophile and I was a brand-new Christian hungry for anything that would help me grow in my faith, so my visits became a weekly event. I'd finish my shift, collect my paycheck, and go and spend it all…
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What Tesla can teach the Church about evangelism
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-16-2016
I couldn't say no, though I did try at least four times. But our host was insistent I was going to get behind the wheel of his $90,000 Tesla Model S car, and hit the streets of Palo Alto in Silicon Valley. As I slipped into the leather seats and powered up the system, its vast touch screen display showed me maps with traffic updates, a rear view camera and more information about the torque, weight distribution and a whole host of updates I didn't know even existed. Pressing the…
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My Prayer for David Cameron
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-15-2016
While he was leader of the opposition, I wrote to David Cameron and asked him what he would want to say to Christians who were uncertain about getting involved in politics. This was his reply: “Churches have a proud history of involvement in schools, hospices and other community organizations. And today, as I travel around the country, I am constantly amazed by the breadth of the church’s engagement in society. In communities where the government has failed to make much impact it is local groups, often churches, who daily see…
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Meet the Christian woman who adopted EIGHT children from a Russian orphanage
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-15-2016
"The day before his 10th birthday, our son Jonny was run over and killed before our very eyes while we were on a family bike ride with him and our other two children." This tragedy turned Susan Hillis' family upside down. The following day, she says, was the "valley of the shadow of death". But Susan's grief inspired a passion to care for children who had lost their parents. A few months later, she adopted a brother and sister – Alex and Anya – from an orphanage in Russia. Anya soon began to…
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5 questions every Christian has to face about Creation
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-15-2016
He didn't even blink. But in a small coffee shop half way around the world, the missionary bluntly told me that those who believed in the six literal days of Creation tended to be more godly than those who didn't. Unusually for me, I was lost for words. I have many friends with differing views on how much water to use in baptism, whether wives should work or stay at home, and even on the existence of hell. But despite the debates and disagreements, nobody had ever before suggested that…
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Who Needs a Tough Father?
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-15-2016
It's a tough time to be a father right now. Taking your child to the zoo or for a walk in the woods could land you on the front page of the newspaper. Whether you are a single dad, a step dad or just a standard dad, fathers everywhere are damned if they do and damned if they don't. And even if you can ignore the media, the headlines and the plethora of self-appointed experts, you can hardly ignore that other know-it-all voice of criticism - the expert in fathering…
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The art of choosing: 5 keys to making better decisions
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-15-2016
Leadership has been defined as the art of making great decisions. Indeed it could be argued that the measure of a well-lived life is the quality of the decisions we make. We are not talking about the outcomes of our decisions, over which we actually have little control. Character is demonstrated more clearly by how we make our decisions, rather than by their results. With this in mind let me offer you five ways to start making better decisions. 1. Get more options on the table Dr Therese Huston is…
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