It can be a real struggle to open up to others about our concerns and problems, and there’s no worse feeling than not being able to help when you know someone is struggling.
Dr Vohra provides practical advice to help the conversation flow more freely.Read more...
SPCK Editor Tony Collins is on our blog discussing international publishing.
It’s all too easy to assume that the twin focal points of Christian publishing, America and Britain, define what is happening worldwide in Christian books. Look a little closer, and you would be amazed at the diversity, energy, and enthusiasm of publishers and writers around the world.
Media Associates International (MAI) was set up in 1985 to foster indigenous Christian writing, publishing and bookselling. Since then it has provided training in all three sectors in 79 countries, with offices in Europe, Africa, Asia and the US. Courses are highly practical, focusing on developing local skills. Leadership is provided by an international group of professional publishers and writers, including SPCK’s chief executive Sam Richardson. (Sam is one of the speakers at MAI’s triennial LittWorld conference, which takes place in October/November 2018, this year in Singapore).Read more...
The language we use to talk about diagnoses and conditions has a profound effect on the treatment of it.
How can social prescribing help result in better outcomes, ones that look at health in a way that’s more holistic?Read more...
Our Fundraising Assistant Catriona Brickel is on the blog today, chatting about our members' only event at The Tower of London that took place on 3 October.Read more...