Over the past six months, we have held well over 100 public events. It has been great to meet so many of you and to hear about your organisations, places of worship, and areas of work. People of faith are certainly at the forefront of […]
I’m sure that you—like me—are attracted to simple and dramatic headlines. Of course, the fact that we pick up a newspaper or click on a link because of these headlines makes us part of the reason journalists write in such a dramatic fashion. However, life […]
Who would’ve guessed this time last year what 2020 had in store? Back in October 2019, we were in the midst of Brexit entanglements (okay, maybe little has changed there!). Then there was a general election, the economy started to pick up, and we began […]
How many times have you reflected on your reactions or decisions and wished you had known then what you know now? It’s now September 2020. Schools have reopened, there are suddenly more of us out and about, and yet we are still supposed to remain […]
I’ve been away for a few days on leave and tried to escape the news for a little while. I was not very successful! But, when I got back to my emails and messages and reflected on the latest thoughts on the progression of the […]
On this episode of Faithful Leaders, Daniel Singleton speaks with Mike Stevens on how faith has shaped his life, from a 14-year career in the British Special Forces, to his current role training people across the world to “jump into the opportunities of life”.
On this episode of Faithful Leaders, Daniel Singleton speaks with Jasvir Singh OBE, co-founder and chair of City Sikhs, and barrister of family law, on his faith, the effects of lockdown, and his experiences as a barrister of faith.
On this episode of Faithful Leaders, Daniel Singleton speaks with Andy Street, chair of several charities and social enterprises in Bristol, on his faith and ‘joining the dots’ between faith groups, charities, businesses, and government across the city.
After the initial deluge of activity surrounding the UK government’s ‘lockdown’ in response to the coronavirus and the massive changes to life that incurred as a result, the attention of policy-makers has moved to the impact of the virus, the lockdown, and wider life around […]