I see you and me as pilgrims in a beautiful, intriguing and often perplexing world. We have inherited political, cultural, social and religious stories. How are we to make sense of them? You have a unique story to tell – a unique perspective from which to view the world. You are invited to tell your story and to share your insights at this website. I think of myself as a pilgrim in pursuit of goodness, truth, beauty and genuine insight. I hope you will engage in the discussion of my blog, books, features and articles – especially if you are on a similar pilgrimage.
"With warmth, perception and sympathy, Roger Steer describes the life long journey of John Stott."
Jeremy Vine on Inside Story
Frances Ridley Havergal was, by all accounts, a remarkable woman: linguist (speaking French and German and reading Hebrew and New Testament Greek), musician, poet, athlete, swimmer and mountain climber. She was also a devout Christian with an intense sense of commitment to God which...Continue reading this entry →
Since 2 June, the Common Worship Lectionary has included a reading from the Gospel of Luke on every Sunday. I have loved this because I am a fan of the way Luke tells the story of Jesus, often using journeys as a device...Continue reading this entry →
Although we hadn’t intended it, a holiday Sheila and I enjoyed at the end of May and the beginning of June turned into something of pilgrimage in the footsteps of St Cuthbert. But we didn’t do it in the right...Continue reading this entry →
Inside Story: The Life of John Stott
Jeremy Vine’s verdict: “Scrupulously researched, vividly written, this book lights up the character of the man with the longest shadow in the modern church.”
Continue reading this entry →