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Leader and lecturer Doug Holladay's life path has taken him from degrees at top universities to Goldman Sachs, then on to the White House and serving at the US State Department as a special ambassador to South Africa. He has met a lot of people and seen a lot of leadership along the way. What he's witnessed is that, all too often, "successful" peop…
 
A career in food was always more tempting than school for Camilla Stephens, who left halfway through her A-levels to attend Leith’s School of Food and Wine. She spent the next few years working in catering before joining Good Housekeeping magazine. Next came travel in America where she fell in love with coffee culture: returning to the UK, Camilla …
 
My guest on the "Faith with Haith' podcast this week is Rachel Hughes, the Lead Pastor of Gas Street Church in Birmingham (alongside her husband Tim): a brilliant communicator who is passionate about seeing young women released into leadership. She has recently pioneered a national ministry alongside her sister, called ‘The Orchard’, with the aim o…
 
Next time you get a letter from a bishop you'll see their signature has a plus-sign by their name: it's symbolic of the blessing of the Cross. But its also perfectly apt that it's a plus-sign, because that person is someone who has dedicated their life to bringing addition and positivity to all the people around them. None more so than this week's …
 
How does a lad from the suburbs of Stockholm end up negotiating for equitable use of resources in the Middle East? How does a self-confessed sauna addict advocate for peace and understanding in transboundary water disputes in North Africa? And where does faith fit into all of this, and a busy family life, for this week's guest on "Faith with Haith"…
 
Terl Bryant is not only one of the kindest men you will ever meet, he is totally cool and insanely talented: he would have to be in order to play for, amongst others, Pete Murphy (Bauhaus), John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin) and Peter Gabriel. We became firm friends in the early '90s when I was asked to drive the bus for his band at the time, Iona, on …
 
This week's episode of "Faith with Haith" was not supposed to happen. My son was booked in to have a pretty big operation in the world-famous and wonderful Great Ormond Street Hospital which is, rather extraordinarily, in my parish. Suffice it to say I was a nervous wreck. until my old pal Stef put to work the age-old friendship practice of "just s…
 
So here we are at the start of a new year. Perhaps you have made some fresh resolutions to take on some new creative adventure? Perhaps you have decided it's time to turn your back on some unhealthy practices? Perhaps you want to chart a whole new course with your career? I believe that to do any of these things you will need help from God, but you…
 
Perhaps you know him from his days making tackles and scoring tries for Harlequins, England and the Lions. Perhaps you know him from his TV and radio commentary or captaincy on the iconic BBC "Question of Sport". Or perhaps your favourite version is the one with some serious rumba rhythm as a contestant on "Strictly Come Dancing". However you know …
 
A departure this week on the "Faith with Haith" podcast: apologies that there is both no guest interview and a lot more input from me! But I think you will love this little Christmas treat: in December 2020 we recorded the stunning Spirituals gospel choir under the glorious dome of London's St Paul's Cathedral. You can see the full video online: th…
 
You know how there are some people who seem to be able to do loads of different things...and not just do them, but do them BRILLIANTLY? Dave ("The Doctor") Clifton is one such person: making the planet a richer and more beautiful place with both his deep insights and his broad-ranging creativity. To be honest, initially I was excited to talk about …
 
If you have a creative soul then you will love this week's episode of the "Faith with Haith" podcast. And if you don't have a creative soul, then you are guaranteed to have one by the time you've finished listening to the thoughtful and inspiring Rt Rev'd Andrew Rumsey. He has the most wonderful way of seeing the world, so pull up a chair by the fi…
 
This week’s guest on the “Faith with Haith”podcast: film director and screenwriter Stuart Hazeldine, He is best known for his 2009 psychological thriller Exam, for which he was nominated for a BAFTA. But where we mostly go in this interview is into a movie-meeting with God, because Stuart directed the 2017 film adaptation of the best-selling novel …
 
What do you get when you combine one of the finest gentlemen on Earth with one of the greatest pilots in the sky?: Group Captain Peter “Willy” Hackett, MBE…Britain’s answer to Tom Cruise’s Maverick…that’s what. In this episode of the “Faith with Haith” podcast, recorded especially for the Remembrance Day weekend, Willy and I talk honestly about the…
 
This week on the Faith with Haith podcast: Bill Cahusac. He is one of the finest men I know: loving husband, great dad, true leader...and brilliant car driver (...?). We would all agree that faith is hard, and God often feels distant and silent, yet the Bible is full of stories of God speaking to humans. But are they just stories? If you've ever wo…
 
This week on the Faith with Haith podcast, my guest Nici Cahusac gets very honest about the experience and psychology of bulimia, with which she struggled for many years. Ultimately it's a story of hope: Nici was miraculously set free through prayer and her life was changed forever. Today, between running an organisation, raising three teenagers an…
 
You know that feeling when you've had a conversation with someone but then afterwards you kick yourself, wishing you'd asked a whole load of other questions? The big downside of creating and presenting the "Faith with Haith" podcast is that, to be honest, I have that feeling every single week; and never more so than when Carolina Mountford was extr…
 
Being a professional church pastor is not an easy job and, as a result, it's all too easy to do it in a really detached way: it's all too easy to be distant and become untouchable. But with Ger Jones you get something very different. You get deep honesty and true warmth up close; you get a real man living real life and loving a church along the way…
 
Picture the scene: an empty stage, a theatre full of people, a single microphone on a stand in a pool of light. There's nowhere to hide. It's now on you alone to entertain this expectant crowd. Now THAT is most people's idea of the ultimate nightmare. But not today's guest. Milton Jones is one of the best-known comedians in the UK, selling out thea…
 
As the climate changes around us, it's clear that our attitudes and behaviours need to change in response; and they need to change fast. But what can we do to protect this exquisite planet that we call home ? Consider an electric car? Yes. Eat less meat and palm oil products? Definitely. But have you ever given much thought to your fashion choices?…
 
The remarkable Amy Owen explains how it feels to know that your present life is coming to an end, how the hope of Heaven is real and how the presence of God is a tangible experience available to us all. Listen in now for a wide-ranging conversation (including Buble, the Bible and plenty of bubbles!) and then please share this episode with someone y…
 
For us all, the road of life takes many twists and many turns. As you journey on, the joys of the mountain-top can feel outweighed by far more deep, dark valleys and difficult climbs. As Ian Dyble will tell you, being a Church of England vicar is no different. He opens up about how an intelligent London lawyer finally chose to turn his collar aroun…
 
Have you seen the extraordinary post-9/11 image of two almighty searchlight-towers dominating the New York skyline? The message to the world is clear: the light will ALWAYS break through and defeat the darkness. As "Faith with Haith" returns for a second season, and on this 20th anniversary of 9/11, I interview an amazing woman who was in the White…
 
I cannot believe that this is the 50th episode of the "Faith with Haith" podcast. By way of a celebration of that fact I could think of no-one finer to share it with than the women of the Griffiths family. Rae and her two daughters, Phoebe and Fleur, have a wonderful dynamic together and by rights should have a podcast of their own. Listen in now t…
 
This week on the "Faith with Haith" podcast: a total delight to welcome back Michael Emmett. His new book, "Sins of Fathers", is flying off the shelves and you would be mad to miss out on this extraordinary story of crime and addiction, but also faith and connection. He might look like he's carved from stone but today Michael is one of the kindest …
 
Faith can and should push us out into the world, to bring friendship and comfort to those most in need. Patrick Regan has been doing that for years now, helping hundreds of thousands of people to understand and experience God's love. But Patrick would be the first to say (and does on this podcast) that it is so easy for the balance to go out of lif…
 
Such a delight and honour to interview one of my heroes: Terry Virgo, the founder of the "New Frontiers" network of churches. Not only is he one of the finest Bible teachers you will ever get to hear, his legacy of church-planting and leadership development has impacted the entire globe, touching the lives of millions. But the main reason this podc…
 
Some people are just fascinating to talk to: Peter is most definitely one of them. You may have enjoyed studying literature at Uni, like me, but I guarantee you could not begin to come anywhere close to the depth and breadth of knowledge that he has. The way he talks about poetry makes you want to spend the rest of the day curled up reading in fron…
 
Singer-songwriter Matt Redman's music is both listened to and sung by millions around the world every day, especially the double-Grammy award winning "10,000 Reasons". He's also authored eight books and helped start three new churches, all whilst being a loving husband to Beth and a great dad to 5 kids. But, at the end of the day, he's just Matt an…
 
I remember the day when Julia Strachan (nee Immonen) announced to me with glee that she was going to row the Atlantic. And I especially remember my reaction...(let's just say I was rather sceptical and very nervous). But she only went and did it: she faced up to mountainous waves, endless technical failures and crushing self-doubt all in order to r…
 
I find these weekly conversations so deeply humbling: to be able to talk with people at such an intimate level is such an honour. In this episode, Andy Henderson and his amazing son Archie share their life experiences which have been nothing short of excruciating. We get the word "excruciating" from the word "crucifixion": Andy and Archie, individu…
 
This week's conversation is with an extraordinary man: Andrew Steer, who heads up the World Resources Institute. He has had, to date, the most extraordinary career helping entire nations towards economic growth, reduced poverty, better healthcare and education and all whilst protecting the environment. Andrew believes that sustainable development g…
 
You will never meet a more intelligent, insightful and courageous journalist, and a more balanced, nuanced and compassionate Christian, than Peter Wehner. We got to know each other when I was leading a church just outside DC: every coffee and every lunch was a meeting of both minds and hearts. If you, like me, are struggling to understand what is g…
 
This week I interview Charlie Groves, one of the finest men, and finest musicians, alive. The "Faith with Haith" podcast has always been about real faith and real life, and this episode is no different. In our conversation Charlie opens up about his real life, focusing in on what it is to be the father of a son with autism, all the highs and all th…
 
Fast becoming one of the best-known vicars in the UK, Pat took to the streets during the first lockdown to help bring light in the darkness. With a hymn, a prayer and a quality sound system, he showed London that God is very much with us, even if we have to keep the church doors closed....and he only got unplugged once! Listen in now to hear how Pa…
 
Everyone’s story is so different. We all see this thing called life from such diverse angles and we all appreciate God and spirituality in such varied ways. But, within those differences, there are fundamental similarities that make us all the same; profound truths that bind us all together. This week's guest, executive coach Audrey Wiggin, has see…
 
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but the presence of faith" When his A-6 Intruder aircraft was shot down over North Vietnam on May 19, 1967, Red was captured and spent six agonizing years as a POW in the infamous “Hanoi Hilton” prison. In the face of unrelenting barbaric and sadistic torture, McDaniel remained a source of hope and strength for …
 
It's time for those New Year's resolutions. What will yours be? I have a hunch that many of you that listen to this podcast have a creative urge and your desire is to make that come to life this year as never before. I also believe that for some of you there is a major career change coming. My guest this week is a man who is a living example of bot…
 
It is my absolute delight to introduce to you one of my greatest heroes, Mary Wallis, and on the day of her 80th birthday! When you see Mary you see a lifetime of kindness: 40 years as a nurse at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Then she retired...and immediately set about volunteering there, which she has done for the last 14 years! Tune in now to he…
 
London, July 2016. Little did he know it, but stepping onto a plane to France, Ednan was also about to step into every parent's ultimate nightmare. His 15-year-old daughter Natasha was about to suffer an extreme allergic reaction mid-flight as he could do little more than watch in terror. But something else also happened on that plane that day. Nad…
 
Mental illness is a reality for many, and a real possibility for us all. In this episode John Sutherland, my first ever podcast guest (and now my first ever returning guest) speaks with honesty and insight as he focuses on the depths of his experience of depression. The world can feel very dark at times: my prayer is that this interview brings ligh…
 
Somehow, some people, when faced with truly terrible life experiences, are able to access a level of peace and joy that leaves me almost speechless. Patrick is one of those people: he has struggled with disease and and all kinds of intrusive medical interventions, but these assaults on his body have only served to strengthen his faith. If you've ev…
 
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