‘Journey into Mystery’ – An Interview with Daniel Taylor

Thanks to the wonderful people at SPCK and Wipf and Stock publishers, I had the opportunity to pick the brain of Daniel Taylor, author of multiple books, including non-fiction like The Myth of Certainty and fiction, like the Jon Mote Mysteries. I was introduced to Daniel’s work when I was able to review his first…

Blogs, Books and a Lot of Writing: Interview with Steven Hardy

For this post, I’m excited to bring you an interview with a very good friend of mine, Steven Hardy. Over the past year, Steven has written his first book, and set up a new blog. I took the opportunity to ask him a few questions… Let’s start with a bit about yourself for readers that…

An Interview with David Gibson

In a first for Brightest Day, I had the fantastic opportunity to interview David Gibson. For this honour I have IVP to thank, who very kindly arranged the opportunity for me to speak to David, and to David himself for taking the time to answer my questions. David is the author of Destiny, an engaging,…

Guest Post: Responding to Fear

I wanted to share my thoughts on two different fears: fear of things in the world, and fear of our personal future, and how through faith we can try to overcome them. This topic has been on my mind recently both through fears I have had, and talking to a friend about a fear she…

Guest Post: Making the Most of Free Time

I’ve realised that I am simultaneously both very good and very bad at being unemployed. I’m good in the sense I’ve managed to stretch my cash and food provisions beyond their logical limitations, despite not having a ‘steady’ income to comfortably support myself whilst I volunteer for 2-3 days a week at Trent Vineyard as…

Guest Post: Everything Comes Back to God

When I spoke to Ben about writing a post for his blog, I asked him if there was anything specific he’d like to hear from me. He suggested that maybe it was worth thinking about what insights I might be able to bring that he might not be able to – I imagine he meant…