In the first volume of Lord Of The Rings the characters discuss the way in which it takes many years before a country will forget that elves once lived there. Even the stones and earth remember them. The… Read More
I love travel; you get to see new places and get insights into the lives of people in situations different to your own. On work trips, you also get to see things about friends and colleagues which are… Read More
Last night we went for a short walk. It was wonderful to see the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque (above). Even without these two buildings, Istanbul seems to be full of very impressive mosques. This brings me… Read More
The first question you need to answer when organising a meeting is, “What is the code for the wifi?”. This is swiftly followed by, “Where can I plug my laptop in?”. For international meetings things get really complicated… Read More
For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been trying to find something to say about our holiday in Skye. Then I came across this combination of amazing photographs coupled with music from Skye’s own Peatbog Faeries. I’m a… Read More
Here in Bratislava, I was very privileged to receive a certificate from Kirk Franklin, the executive director of the Wycliffe Global Alliance, celebrating sixty years of the work of Wycliffe in the UK. These milestones are always encouraging…. Read More
For the next couple of days, I'm going to be facilitating a conference for Bible Translation agency leaders from across Europe, here in Bratislava. I'm sure it's a lovely city, but I probably won't escape this hotel on… Read More
There is nothing profound about this blog post at all. Just a few photos of things that took my interest while I was in Nigeria recently. After all, it isn’t every day that you get to play cricket… Read More
You know what? I probably wouldn’t bother with this. I know it’s a famous book and has been made into a movie and all, but I just didn’t get it. The book broadly breaks down into three sections…. Read More
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