Many Christians find themselves at a point in their lives when they stand in church and say ‘Is that it’? Sometimes the people saying this are actually leading the services.
Well, the good news is that you are not alone.
Mid-faith Crisis is a podcast which explores how to respond when it feels as though our faith is breaking down. It’s a podcast for all those Christians who find themselves asking ‘Is that it’? It’s a podcast which explores with honesty and humour how to respond when it feels as though our faith is breaking down. It’s a podcast by two bald blokes who are searching just like everyone else.
There is hope, people. We believe that the Mid-faith Crisis offers us an invitation by God to develop a new, deeper, richer relationship.
Warning. Contains traces of theology and occasional innuendo.
Joe Davis is a speaker, independent celebrant, unlikely Baptist Minister, failed kite-surfer. Due to a bizarre administrative cock-up Joe was ordained in 1996 having studied at Spurgeon’s College. He has worked with The Oasis Trust, various churches and more recently as speaker for Renovare and now his own business as a freelance speaker and celebrant. He lives in Worthing with his gorgeous (and long-suffering) wife and has 2 grown up kids. He helps lead a table fellowship every Thursday night called Soul Place. He enjoys walking on the beach, cooking, eating, running single malt whisky and wondering what it would be like to be a proper minister! Joe has never written a book.
Nick Page is a writer, speaker, unlicensed historian and general ranter. The author of over eighty books for adults and children and those who aren’t sure. His books include A Nearly Infallible History of the Reformation, The Dark Night of the Shed, A Nearly Infallible History of Christianity, and the Longest Week trilogy (Kingdom of Fools, The Wrong Messiah, The Longest Week). He lives in Oxfordshire, UK with his wife, some of his three daughters and a dog called Bill. As well as writing books, he works with a number of campaign groups and NGOs. He is also speaks at many churches, church weekends, retreats and other events. The trick, frankly, is getting him to shut up.