Into the Pray

Cowardice in Chaos (feat. Ann Widdecombe)

November 20, 2020 Nick & Mairi Franks Season 2 Episode 25
Into the Pray
Cowardice in Chaos (feat. Ann Widdecombe)
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Into the Pray
Cowardice in Chaos (feat. Ann Widdecombe)
Nov 20, 2020 Season 2 Episode 25
Nick & Mairi Franks

This week on Into the Pray, we are delighted to be joined from the very beautiful Dartmoor in Devon by Ann Widdecombe (MEP).

You may know of Ann from her time in government, from her leadership with Nigel Farage of the Brexit Party in recent years or even from her appearances in Strictly Come Dancing!

It was a privilege to talk with Ann this week as, together, we broached the subject of what it really means to be a Christian with responsibility to witness to others in an increasingly cowardly church scene.

What responsibility do we have to speak out, to intercede and, as Ann says, to take regular risks?

We very much appreciate Ann's willingness to lift her voice and say it as it is!

Ann's book, Sackcloth and Ashes, can be found here

Ann, if you're reading/listening, thank you very much again for your time.

You can also watch the video recording of this podcast via Nick's YouTube channel here.

And for everyone else listening and tracking with this podcast each week, thank you very much for doing so! Please consider sending a link to someone who you think might appreciate listening to our guest conversations or, indeed, the teaching series - City of Temples - on Sunday mornings. 

Until next week, "Come, Lord Jesus!"

Love

N&M xx

Show Notes

This week on Into the Pray, we are delighted to be joined from the very beautiful Dartmoor in Devon by Ann Widdecombe (MEP).

You may know of Ann from her time in government, from her leadership with Nigel Farage of the Brexit Party in recent years or even from her appearances in Strictly Come Dancing!

It was a privilege to talk with Ann this week as, together, we broached the subject of what it really means to be a Christian with responsibility to witness to others in an increasingly cowardly church scene.

What responsibility do we have to speak out, to intercede and, as Ann says, to take regular risks?

We very much appreciate Ann's willingness to lift her voice and say it as it is!

Ann's book, Sackcloth and Ashes, can be found here

Ann, if you're reading/listening, thank you very much again for your time.

You can also watch the video recording of this podcast via Nick's YouTube channel here.

And for everyone else listening and tracking with this podcast each week, thank you very much for doing so! Please consider sending a link to someone who you think might appreciate listening to our guest conversations or, indeed, the teaching series - City of Temples - on Sunday mornings. 

Until next week, "Come, Lord Jesus!"

Love

N&M xx