Finding God in Unexpected Places
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-25-2018
At the prestigious Q ideas conference in Nashville Krish challenged the audience to a radically different approach to justice ministry, discipleship and worship. [ms_youtube link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQPKrOrHtpI" width="100%" height="100%" mute="no" autoplay="yes" loop="yes" controls="yes" class="" id=""][/ms_youtube]
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Faitheism: Tim Farron in conversation with Krish Kandiah
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 07-24-2018
  It was a real privilege to speak with Tim Farron about the need for greater faith literacy and how my latest book Faitheism can help. Tim explained: 'We live in a time that is religiously illiterate, because people haven't been churched, people haven't grown up in a religious family setting, anywhere near as much as they did a couple of generations ago.' However, he said Christians needed to learn how to engage with unchurched people better and avoid forming 'harsh or inaccurate views'.  [ms_youtube link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJI6OVnagfQ" width="100%" height="100%" mute="no" autoplay="yes"…
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On the Radio with Home for Good
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 12-13-2014
Tomorrow morning if you're up early you should be able to catch me speaking on local radio stations around the UK. I will be talking about children in care over the Christmas break and what we should be doing to help. 0700  CUMBRIA 0708  NOTTINGHAM 0715  KENT 0722  TEES 0738  BERKSHIRE 0745  LANCASHIRE 0752  JERSEY 0808  CAMBRIDGE 0810 NORTHAMPTON 0810 OXFORD 0815  BRISTOL As you may know we have started a new charity called "Home for Good" to help inspire the church to action on behalf of vulnerable children through…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 04-06-2012
  There are quite a lot of people who seem to have a pretty negative view of the church at the moment, and I don't mean those outside of the church family. Many Christians seem to be wondering what the point of the church is, anymore. As part of a week of teaching at the Spring Harvest festival I tried to express some of the great things the church has done and is doing in the UK at the moment.... This was a "call and response" part of my sermon…
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National consultation on Fostering, Adoption & the Church
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-30-2012
I am delighted to tell you about a nationwide initiative that I am working on with Care for the Family and Evangelical Alliance. There is a pressing need in the UK for more foster and adoptive parents. There is a crisis in recruitment and retainment of foster and adoptive placements. The church is uniquely placed to offer its help to meet both of these needs. As a large social network with involvement with large numbers of families the church is fertile soil for recruitment. Once carers have been through the…
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My Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2011
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 01-02-2012
1. Top 50 Kids Film a pretty random post to be my most popular one - but here's my personal list of my favourite family friendly films. 2. Autumn Preaching Series Ideas help for preachers thinking up sermon series. 3, Grace, Truth and Rob Bell my response to the reaction from the different ends of the evangelical spectrum (before the book was actually released). 4. Royal Wedding Service - a user's guide an easy access guide to Kate and Will's wedding service. 5. Royal Wedding Sermon - a user's guide…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-04-2011
Before Rob Bell’s new book “Love Wins” has even made it into print, the trial by media and blogosphere has already begun, and those of us who presume to be jury need to be aware that we too will be judged, not only on the content of our conversation, but also on the tone of it. I have already begun to see the sparks flying, and am concerned that if these are ignored and allowed to catch light, or deliberately fanned into flame, damage may well be done to our…
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Biblical Apologetics, Barn Dances and Black Wednesdays
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-03-2011
Apparently some people call the third day of a mission week- black wednesday. I can relate to feeling tired and it was a struggle to get up and get going today. The CU continued to be out distributing flyers - something you don't need to be out doing all the time - our students focussed on the lecture change overs. OUt again was the big perspex board - this with the question "CAN YOU TRUST THE BIBLE?" lots of interesting post it notes were stuck on and our intrepid students…
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Lounge Concert
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 02-24-2011
Just had an amazing evening, opening up our house as a lounge concert venue. We invited all of our neighbours to come and enjoy some live music from the hugely talented Miriam Jones. We had 30 people crammed into the lounge, but the intimate setting made the event really memorable. There aren't that many events you could get the wide variety of people to come together for - but the fact there was a gig going on in our little Close was a real draw.It's all the best bits of…
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Dysciples
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 11-21-2010
I have just recorded five 2 minute reflections on discipleship. They are based on our book Dysciples: Why I fall asleep when I pray and 12 other discipleship dysfunctions. This has been our best selling book to date and is now in its third reprinting. Jeff Lucas said: "At last!A book about discipleship that didn't make me feel like a battered Robin Reliant in a Bentley dealership" Tom Sine said: "I found myself relishing every chapter" Andy Frost said: "A must read for anyone who want to take discipleship seriously"…
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