Latest Blog Posts

  • Pastor spies and Cold War espionage in the East German Church

    Elisabeth Braw's new book, God's Spies: The Stasi's Cold War Espionage Campaign Inside the Church, explores the life of the East German Church during the Cold War. The Stasi campaign to infiltrate and monitor the activities of the Church is shown to have been hugely successful using true stories of pastors and church-goers.
    by Joe Purnell / Friday, 11 October 2019
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • "Without intention, faith emerged onto the page..." Lauren H. Brandenburg on her new book, The Death of Mungo Blackwell

    In this blogpost Lauren H. Brandenburg shares the primary motivation behind her new book: her faith. Although she knew she had a story worth telling inside her, The Death of Mungo Blackwell threw up some surprises along the way.
    by Joe Purnell / Thursday, 03 October 2019
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • Christian Resources Together 2019

    The Christian Resources Together retreat that happens each year is a particularly enjoyable time for us at Lion Hudson, where all the players in the different areas of creating, supplying and selling various Christian resources come together to meet, renew friendships, be challenged and encourage each other.
    by Michael Belcher / Wednesday, 02 October 2019
    Blog | Events
  • Mel Starr, the man behind the Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton, describes his journey as an author

    Mel Starr, author of Without a Trace, is interviewed on the journey he's been on since the publication of his first book in the Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton series. Without a Trace, the latest addition, is available now.
    by Joe Purnell / Friday, 20 September 2019
    Blog | Author Interviews
  • "I never thought it would happen to me..." Kat Seney–Williams on Thriving as a Single Parent

    Kat Seney-Williams shares the story behind her new book, Surviving and Thriving on the Single-Parent Journey: "For me, it was as if an earthquake has happened – a devastating, life-changing event followed by many aftershocks. And having spoken with hundreds of single parents in my role as Single Parent Coordinator at Care for the Family, I know that this experience is common..."
    by Kat Seney-Williams / Friday, 13 September 2019
    Blog | Author Interviews