Roger Harper has worked for over 30 years in Anglican ministry. He is a full time Prison Chaplain and the author of A British Crash and The Lie of Hell. He blogs at rogerharper.wordpress.com
Three years before the pandemic struck, Greg Boyd received an unusual prophetic word, which prompted him to move his church’s material online. We asked him about this seemingly unique warning about Covid-19, and how he feels about being labelled both ‘charismatic’ and ‘progressive’
After the runaway success of 12 Rules For Life, Canadian psychologist Jordan B. Peterson is back with…more rules. Those already familiar with Peterson’s writings will recognise these, restated here: Accept that life is difficult. Adopt personal responsibility for improving your life and others’ lives. Tell the truth. Cherish ancient religious ...
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One hundred years after the Balfour Declaration, evangelicals are divided on how the modern state of Israel should be viewed. Roger Harper reports
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The treatment of immigration detainees has made TV headlines recently. Chaplain Rev Roger Harper shares the stories of those he has prayed with behind the barbed wire fences of a removal centre
This week, members of General Synod voted to reject the Bishop's report on sexuality. Roger Harper explains why he believes the Church of England should settle the issue another way
Contrary to popular belief, the Toronto Blessing is continuing. Roger Harper reports on the movement's latest European conference
Roger Harper visits the world's largest cultural festival and discovers that many of the performances are inspired by the life of Christ
Giving in to fear is exactly what the terrorists want, Roger Harper argues.
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Many people would love God to speak directly to them, but end up frustrated and disappointed when He seems to be silent. In the second of a two-part series on prophecy, Roger Harper evaluates the teaching of Mark Virkler, who highlights four keys to hearing God’s voice.
Celebrated author and outspoken feminist Fay Weldon reflects on what has changed since her encounter with God, and what has stayed the same