Entries by Ian Acheson

New Year, New Beginnings

I love the anticipation of what a new year may bring. There’s something about the change in year heralding something new, fresh and vibrant in one’s life. As I only read last night in RELEVANT magazine, the new year offers a “psychological reset button.” I make a point of taking some time out to reflect […]

“Kept,” by Sally Bradley

I don’t read much romantic fiction but I was drawn to “Kept” by the comments of some reviewers whom I respect dearly. What grabbed my attention in their reviews was the notion that this novel wasn’t your typical Christian romance as it grappled with some tough issues. It didn’t take long to get absorbed in […]

“The Heroic Path,” John Sowers

Sowers explores his sense of manhood through sharing his journey from growing up fatherless whilst examining Jesus’ own journey from being the son of Mary to his coming out as the Son of God. Throughout this marvellous book, I thought Sowers was in my head. Many of the scenes, feelings and thoughts he described I […]