Steven van Rhyn
About Abigail Malortie
Content From Abigail Malortie
Thu Nov 3 '11|
The café of my local cinema is frequented on weekdays by ‘creative types’. Most sit in front of a MacBook, chain-drinking their way through the café’s supply of Fairtrade coffee, fingertips worn red by the frenzied typing which is punctured...
Fri Sep 30 '11|
Have you ever wondered what it must be like to be a fly? I mean, as in one of those that gets to settle, unnoticed, on a wall and take in all the fullness, complexity and diversity of life? London...
Sun Aug 28 '11|
When Haman launches a plot to destroy the Jewish people, Esther is presented with the challenge and opportunity to intervene on their behalf. In this talk, we look at God’s challenging call on our lives and the ways in which He...
Wed Jul 27 '11|
Picture a typically English summer scene: a corner of the Suffolk countryside, the farmland crisscrossed by tents and caravans of all shapes and colours. Dads chase renegade toddlers whose curiosity has taken them too close to the sheep or the...
Thu Apr 28 '11|
The open doorway lies between a bustling restaurant and one of those bar/cafes ubiquitous to Soho which serves all purposes at all times of the day. This evening its clientele are spilling out onto the pavement, basking carefree in the...
Mon Feb 28 '11|
In my previous life as a lawyer in central London, alongside thousands of others packed in like silent sardines, I contended daily with the Northern Line. Having prised myself out of the tube carriage at London Bridge, the morning air...
Mon Nov 29 '10|
Monday, 11am. I am meeting with a colleague, Andy, to review the needs currently being met by social outreach projects at ChristChurch, and how their scope can be widened. His location of choice is a large pub in leafy Putney...