Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-24-2018
Krish is the founding director of Home For Good, a young charity seeking yo make a real difference in the lives of vulnerable children by finding loving homes for children in the care system. Krish is in demand as a speaker he recently spoke to a full house at TEDxOxford on the topic "Can Hospitality Change the World?" he He has written 12 books including the catalytic "Home for Good: Making a Difference for Vulnerable Children" and the award winning "Paradxology: Why Christianity was never meant to be simple." He writes…
Read More
0 Comments
All Aboard
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 10-01-2014
Well today was my first day as President for London School of Theology. I am in South Africa teaching on a doctoral programme and making some exciting connections for LST in the beautiful city of Cape Town. I sent this little video report back to college. Thought you might like to watch it too:
Read More
1 Comments
Yes this is the best World Cup Ad ever
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-11-2014
Wow, this video is awesome. I love the joi de vivre. I love the way skills long honed in practice are on display I love the idea of people sharing their skills to bring a smile to friends and strangers Well done for a beautiful piece of art - shame its advertising a fast-food chain... Thanks to Jonny Laird for sharing this on twitter.
Read More
0 Comments
A Paradoxological Thought for the Day #1
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 05-24-2014
My new book Paradoxology: Why Christianity was never meant to be simple  is aimed to help you think more deeply about the big questions of life and faith. As a little audio taster of paradoxology I am pleased to be able to bring you (courtesy of Premier Christian Radio) a daily paradoxological thought for the next 5 days.  Each is about 2 minutes long and gives you a little insight into the heart off the book. The story you are about to hear is about as sad as it gets... (come…
Read More
0 Comments
LIFE for Good
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 05-16-2014
Foster caring has been one of the most difficult but one of the most rewarding things our family has done together. Welcoming children into our home when we know very little about what has happened to them in their past, and when we have little idea what the future holds is a painful privilege. Moving children who we have loved deeply on to their new, or sometimes old, families is another painful privilege. Whatever the circumstances, these children connect us to the heart of God who is Father to the…
Read More
7 Comments
5 Things Conservative Evangelicals can learn from Lesslie Newbigin
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 04-24-2014
A shorter version of this review article was first published in Themelios. Theology in Missionary Perspective: Lesslie Newbigin’s Legacy Edited by Mark T.B. Laing and Paul Weston Pickwick Publications With the publication of a new collection of essays exploring the missiological implications of Lesslie Newbigin’s work there’s an opportunity for a new audience of evangelicals to engage with his writing. In his recent (and excellent) history of the post-war Globalisation of Evangelicalism, Professor Brian Stanley names Lesslie Newbigin alongside CS Lewis as one of two thinkers who have provided “an…
Read More
6 Comments
Rico Tice, John Stott & Paradoxology
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 04-16-2014
I have been really encouraged by the breadth of support that my new book Paradoxology has been getting. Too often in our tribalised evangelical world books end up connecting only with a certain church group. I would love to see the different streams and tribes of the church working closely together as we have so much to learn from one another. So it was encouraging to me that some of my more conservative friends have been enthusiastic about Paradoxology. Rico Tice the founder and creator of Christianity Explored wrote the…
Read More
0 Comments
Snicker Snicker
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-28-2014
Well done to Snickers for a creative and empowering ad. Challenging both the stereotypes around builders and sexism. Not 100% sure having a bloke shout at you across a street isn't a scary event in itself, but what a great idea for an challenge to sexism. HT to Sheridan Voysey for the video and Mckaysavage for the photo. 
Read More
1 Comments
Youthwork Summit
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-20-2014
Read More
0 Comments
Mums for Good and Forever
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-20-2014
I have been having mixed feelings about Mothers Day for a number of years now. Don't get me wrong, I think mothers are amazing and a day to celebrate their role and calling is more than appropriate. I want to shout to the world about my wonderful wife's amazing ministry as a birth mum, adoptive mum and foster mum. Not to mention my own mother's care for me and the Christlikeness I see in  so many of the mums I know. But Mother's Day has  always been a bit of…
Read More
0 Comments
1 2 3 8