Sheridan Voysey – Reflections

Sheridan Voysey is the author of seven books, a broadcaster heard by millions of people and a speaker in demand in several countries.

He’s been featured in publications like The Times, Sunday Telegraph, Christianity Today, and the devotional, Our Daily Bread. Sheridan is a presenter of Pause for Thought on BBC Radio Breakfast. He contributes to media across the UK, US, Europe, and Australia and speaks at events around the world. Much of his success has come from the courage to share some of the deepest moments of his life with his various audiences.

Sheridan is this week’s guest on my podcast, Bleeding Daylight. As he tells his story, Sheridan uses his own search for meaning and significance to open a wider conversation about common human experience and discovering the divine. We also discuss his new book, Reflect with Sheridan, a book that brings together inspiring stories of joy, wonder, meaning, belonging, compassion, calling, seasons, change, and hope.

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Nalini Tranquim – The Orange Hue

Her story spans continents, cultures, and generations. Nalini Tranquim will take you on a roller coaster of emotion as she unfolds the years and her experiences.

She is an artist, author, singer/songwriter and life coach who has been constantly brought back to a call on her life that she just cannot ignore.

Hear her life in her own words on the latest episode of my podcast, Bleeding Daylight, wherever you find podcasts, or click play on the audio player below.



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Brian Steele – Really Real Kingdom

During the past week, I had the opportunity to speak to a former cult member who underwent deprogramming by a world-renowned expert. Even after his escape from the cult he battled to find acceptance and belonging.

These days Brian Steele is a pastor and has recently become an author, publishing his first book in a series focussed on one of the parables told by Jesus. The book is titled The Kingdom Field Guide.

He has a passion for people to discover a really real kingdom as described throughout the Christian scriptures.

Are you ready for your life’s priorities to be turned upside down? The journey begins with seeking God’s kingdom, hidden like a treasure. But it’s hidden in plain sight—right at your feet.
In this hands-on Field Guide and accompanying Small Group Guide, Pastor Brian Steele will encourage you to:
– Seek God’s kingdom—because you can’t find what you aren’t looking for.
– See God’s kingdom—because it is really real.
– Live out your purpose and glorify God with the smallest details of your daily life.

Brian is my guest on my podcast Bleeding Daylight this week. You can hear our conversations wherever you listen to podcasts, or click the play button on the audio player below.



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Steve Hinton – Faith and Doubt

When part of your job is helping others overcome their doubts, how do you admit to the doubts that you’re experiencing?

Should faith mean that we never face questions or doubts?

Steve Hinton is a pastor and author who has used his own uncertainties to bring greater certainty to others. He has published the book Confessions: Finding Hope Through One Pastor’s Doubt.

Hear Steve talk about facing doubts in the latest episode of my podcast, Bleeding Daylight, wherever you find podcasts, or click play on the audio player below.



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Amy Watson – Trauma Transformed

When she was just seven years old, Amy Watson’s mother left her in the care of two notorious serial killers. She spent several years in a children’s home and later her abusive husband tried to kill her.

Amy has faced unimaginable trauma but her story is also one of healing and forgiveness.

I had the opportunity to talk with Amy for my podcast Bleeding Daylight.

Hear how hope began to shine through in the latest episode of Bleeding Daylight wherever you find podcasts or click play on the audio player below.



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