Living Christianity is a series of 5 studies about God’s calling for his people in the world.

There’s more to the gospel than you might think. Understand the implications of living as a Christian in today’s world and become better equipped to live out your faith in all areas of life.

Presented by

Dr Chris Sinkinson

Dr Chris Sinkinson

Chris lectures in Christian Doctrine and Apologetics at Moorlands College.

He is a prolific writer. Author of Time Travel to the Old Testament, Backchat: Answering Christianity’s Critics and Confident Christianity. He also writes a monthly apologetics column for Evangelicals Now.

Chris has been engaged in Christian influence in media and film and has debated Richard Dawkins on the morality of the Old Testament.

Married to Ros, his interests include archaeology, travel and much of his spare time is spent with their two boys enjoying the great outdoors and the beaches of Bournemouth.

With contributions from

Richard Cunningham

Richard Cunningham

Richard has been Director of UCCF: the Christian Unions since 2004.

Before that he was on the clergy team of St Andrew’s Church, Oxford as Director of Evangelism. During this time he was a founding co-convenor of the European Leadership Forum and continued to take missions in the UK and overseas.

He is a member of the Church of England College of Evangelists, and is married to Ruth with whom he has 5 children. He is a passionate England rugby fan who remains constantly optimistic about success.

Caz Dodds

Caz Dodds

Caz currently works part-time for the Scottish Government in a policy role, based in Edinburgh.

Before this she spent eight years working in student ministry, initially for a local church in Glasgow, and then for UCCF: the Christian Unions. She continues to speak at Christian Union evangelistic events when she can organise the annual leave!

She spends a majority of her time caring for her twin toddlers, and obsessing over their sleep routines. Caz is married to Kieran and she loves camping, wild swimming and playing music.

Rev Pete Nicholas

Rev Pete Nicholas

Pete is a pastor at Inspire Saint James, Clerkenwell, a Church of England church in London. He has been married to Rebecca for 10 years and has two sons, Oliver and Tobi.

If all that wasn’t enough he is also a trustee of Christians in Sport and on the executive board of the church planting movement, City to City UK.

Before being ordained Pete was a management consultant working in the Comms & Tech sector. He loves sport, reading and philosophy, and is the co-author of Virtually Human: Flourishing in a Digital World, and Five Ways to Pray for your City.

Michael Ots

Michael Ots

Michael Ots is an evangelist based in Bournemouth who works predominantly with university students around the UK and the rest of Europe.

As a speaker and author he often addresses the big questions of life and some of the biggest objections to the Christian faith.

When not speaking and writing he enjoys exploring the outdoors by cycling, paddleboarding and camping.

Scripts are based upon original material by Rupert Bentley-Taylor and William Philip, edited by Tony Barber.

Bible study materials were written by Ciarán Kelly with Rodney Aiken.

Special thanks to Paul Brennan, Agnes Brough, Ken Nelson and Andy Ritson for their input on early drafts.

The Living Christianity series was filmed on location in Newcastle upon Tyne, Cardiff, Belfast, Edinburgh and London by John White with Peter Marsay. It was directed by Tony Barber.

Living Christianity is published by The Christian Institute.

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