The 4th Dimension
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Rev John Harper (Titanic victim)
Rev John Harper (deceased)
Thank you for the great feedback on my 'Voices of the Titanic' feature which many of you enjoyed.
I have had several people ask me for more information on Rev John Harper, a true hero of the Titanic story. So, on Monday 19th October, I'll be doing a full feature on just this incredible man, looking at his background, career and the role he played in the Titanic story. It truly is a powerful testimony to one man's life and faith.
Monday 26th October: Live interview with Paul Kerensa, Stand-up Comedian, comedy scriptwriter (Not Going Out, Miranda, etc) and author.
Monday 2nd November: Books Review and Discussion with Rob & Di.
Monday 9th November: Alan & Jackie Slough live interview - Coping with the tragedy of suicide.
Don't forget if you miss a guest and want to hear what they had to say, you can listen for up to a month if you just click on 'Listen Again'.
Thanks for joining us so far and if you know someone with a story to tell or who works for a Christian organisation helping any individual sector of society, I'd love to hear about them and bring their stories and work to our listeners. Drop me a line with brief details and a contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org
Why the 4th Dimension? Well, think about it this way: if I gave you a slice of chocolate brownie, you could measure it by its length, breadth and height but would that give you the information you really want to know? Of course not, what you’re really interested in is how it tastes! The only way to really know is to take a bite and enjoy its chocolatey goodness….
Ok, so we feel that the Christian life is like that: you can’t just measure it by how often someone prays, reads the Bible and goes to chuch, as important as those things are. No, you need to see and hear what it is like to live as a Christian in our everyday lives. So, on the 4th Dimension, we want to encourage and inspire others by hearing how people have gone through all manner of things and how they have dealt with them, be that simply going to work and being part of a family right through to major trials of life such as unemployment, abuse, health issues or even bereavement.
Each week, Rob Barron and occasional special guests, also assisted by Diane, his wife, take a different subject – some are revisited from time to time when appropriate – and talk about it in a very relaxed way and think about how we apply our faith in different areas of life.