: Mid-faith Crisis Episode 280: Throbbingly unsettling In this week’s episode, we revisit the idea of stages of faith – which is really what this …

: The Assembly is a wonderful programme. Michael Sheen is interviewed by a group of autistic, …

: Mid-faith Crisis Episode 279: Focus and…er…something else In our latest episode, Joe and I discuss our themes for the New Year.1 (Our New Year begins on March …

: I am reminded of the grace of reticence, the power of discretion, and the possibility of being …

: Mid-faith Crisis 278: The Easter Journey In this episode we reflect on what the Easter story means for us this year. I’ve been …

: You ask Amazon, "What's your cheapest batteries?" and it lies to you. If you click the first link in …

: Mid-faith Crisis 277: Does God really need praise? In our latest episode, Joe and I discuss the nature of praise. As the song goes, ‘Praise him …

: The streets of St Ives

: Beautifully written, revealing account of what it is to be a celebrity ghost writer. (Read to the …

: Mid-faith Crisis 276: Gold, Silver and Beryl You never know what you’re going to get with our feedback! But one of the things I loved in …

: Mid-faith Crisis 275: What the fog? An interview with Jo Ibbott In this episode Joe talks to Jo about the menopause. And perimenopause. And post-menopause. What is …

: Why were you not Rabbi Zusya? In last week’s podcast we were talking about the necessity of becoming the person God created. …

: It all comes down a simple but very dangerous shift: the major websites of today’s web are not …

: Further thoughts from the Podcast: Lent In Episode 273 we talked a bit about Lent. Lent has an interesting image these days. For most people …

: Mid-faith Crisis 274: What is the point of Joe? In the latest episode, Joe is having an existential crisis and, worryingly, is asking for my help. …

: Mid-faith Crisis 273: You are a pile of precious dust In this episode Joe and I discuss Lent, Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. We reflect on the purpose …

: Mid-faith Crisis Episode 272: What is church actually for? Last week we talked about lots of different kinds of church. This week we’re thinking about …

: I haven’t posted for a while. Lots been happening. But the best thing that is happening is that, …

: Ideas are the easy bit Having ideas is easy. Turning ideas into reality is hard. So well expressed here. So many people …

: This week’s church: Odda’s Chapel, Deerhurst, Gloucestershire I’ve been doing more work on the chapter about Odda’s Chapel. Deerhurst lies in floodplain fields on …

: Godzilla Minus 1 This looks great. (Although, that is the job of trailers.) I have no idea how the …

: This week’s church: St Gregory’s Minster, Kirkdale I’ve been working on a bit about the beautiful little church of St Gregory’s Minster in Kirkdale, N. …

: The example of Simone Weil Justine Toh:The world is burning. Who can convince the comfortable classes of the radical sacrifices …

: 'The internet is already over' Sam Kriss, The internet is already over Not sure I entirely agree, but the power of the writing is …

: Fort William to Mallaig. Or possibly Eden. And last week another on my ‘must do’ train trip lists: the train from Fort William to Mallaig. …

: Settle to Carlisle on the nostalgia line A few days ago we made a trip on the Settle to Carlisle railway line, a journey I’ve been wanting to …

: This week’s church: St Michael with St Mary, Melbourne, Derbyshire I’ve been writing a chapter on the wonderful micro-cathedral of St Michael with St Mary, Melbourne, …

: This week’s churches: Earls Barton and Deerhurst I’m currently writing – or trying to write – a book about old British churches. Who built them, how …

: Why am I here? Well, I suppose I should introduce myself. My name is Nick Page and I’m a writer based in …