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Interview: Dan Forshaw, jazz saxophonist

Interview: Dan Forshaw, jazz saxophonist

‘Jazz in church lets us sing about the harshest realities of life’

Interview: Hilary Davies, poet and teacher

Interview: Hilary Davies, poet and teacher

‘A lot of poets don’t read novels. They take too long to say what they want to say’

Michael Hardin, founder of Preaching Peace

Michael Hardin, founder of Preaching Peace

‘Peace is not an ideal: it’s a person’

Interview: Gordon Rattray, emergency communications co-ordinator, CBM

Interview: Gordon Rattray, emergency communications co-ordinator, CBM

‘During a disaster, people with disabilities are most affected’

Interview: Philip Christopher Baldwin, LGBT and HIV activist

Interview: Philip Christopher Baldwin, LGBT and HIV activist

‘I think Jesus would be at the front of every gay-rights march’

Interview: Becki Dillingham, Mission Aviation Fellowship pilot

Interview: Becki Dillingham, Mission Aviation Fellowship pilot

‘Our main work is to bring help, hope, and healing to isolated communities’

Interview: Brian Sumner, pastor and skateboarder

Interview: Brian Sumner, pastor and skateboarder

‘My first experience of God was when I got knocked out’

Interview: Siku, artist, theologian, musician

Interview: Siku, artist, theologian, musician

‘Manga’s impact on Western civilisation is greater than many of us can imagine’

Interview: John Attenborough, port chaplain

Interview: John Attenborough, port chaplain

‘The gratitude shown by the seafarers has been the most surprising thing’

Interview: Geoffrey Blainey, historian

Interview: Geoffrey Blainey, historian

‘Refugees not on the move are the most numerous and the most needy’

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