Jennie Pollock is a writer and editor. Her first book, If Only looks at how all of us can find joyful contentment in the face of lack and longing
Jennie Pollock reviews one of the most hotly anticipated Christian films of the year
Andy Crouch doesn’t advocate ditching your electronic gadgets. We just need to use them differently, he says
This isn’t a book about how to get God to help you follow your own dreams. It’s far better than that, says our reviewer
It is easy to give God credit when everything runs smoothly. But Team GB’s Dan Jervis is an inspirational example of what it means to give God the glory, even when our plans don’t work out, says Jennie Pollock
Call the Midwife never shies away from the big issues, says Jennie Pollock. But in this case, does the Christian viewpoint have to look like the less compassionate option?
This book does what is says on the tin: it tells stories of the ministry and experiences of Street Pastors. Written in a clear, simple style the book gives insights into the kinds of situations the volunteers encounter and how they see God at work through their calm, caring presence.