Professor Stanley Hauerwas
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-24-2018
For many years, Christians have felt at home in the world. The result of that way of life was the presumption that we knew what we meant when we said 'God.' Drawing on often-ignored passages in the Bible, Kandiah helps us recover how odd the God we worship as Christians turns out to be. It seems God shows up even as a Jewish peasant. Such a God can scare the hell out of us, but I guess that's the point. So read this book as a challenge to our domesticated…
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Rosie Dawson
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-24-2018
As an adoptive mum, I think Krish is a great advocate for adoption, really understanding the issues. As a programme maker wanting to make a programme about adoption, he was a gift. Great communicator, sensitivity in dealing with people with a lovely broadcasting voice to boot. Award Winning Producer at British Broadcasting Corporation
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Nicky Gumbel
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-24-2018
Krish Kandiah’s work with refugees and vulnerable children is inspirational. He and his wife Miriam model their teaching on Christian hospitality by welcoming adopted and foster children into their home. We have much to learn from their example. Nicky and Pippa Gumbel, Holy Trinity Brompton
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Marksteen Adamson
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-24-2018
Krish is an inspiration. I love working with him. He is authentic, collaborative, and sensitive to what others feel and think. He is humble and gracious, but somehow also manages to command authority that takes people with him, willingly, on a journey of learning and discovery. His leadership style is engaging and he naturally has a strong following and for very good reason. He puts his words into action, his own interests aside for others and is fearless in his pursuit of social justice. He is the man, my dog…
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