Articles / Chapters
06/02/2024 from Sermons
A sermon preached at the leavers’ service,
Trinity College, Bristol, 4 June 2011
published in Church of England Newspaper, 8th July 2011 and on Fulcrum, 30 June 2011
28/07/2023 from Global South Christianity
My response to the paper of Brother Nelson Bako, of Melanesian Brotherhood, Solomon Islands, 'The Foundation of Prayer at the Heart of Melanesian Religious Life' at the Anglican Communion conference, at the Anglican Communion conference, St Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya, May 2019, published in Muthuraj Swamy and Stephen Spencer (eds), Listening Together: Global Anglican Perspectives on the Renewal of Prayer and Religious Life (Anglican Communion Office, 2020), pp. 136-139.
24/02/2023 from Simon Barrington-Ward
My Introduction to Exchange of Gifts: The Vision of Simon Barrington-Ward (Ekklesia, 2022) edited by me and Ian Randall.
16/07/2021 from Nourishing Memories
Following my Preface last month, chapter one of Nourishing Memories explores birth, baptism, growth and prayer during my first four years, with wider ruminations.
20/03/2021 from Ponderings
The five ways in which the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year: launch of 'Friends of the Centre'; launch of a book of global Anglican perspectives on prayer; a history of the Centre; five lectures, 'Transfiguring World Christianity'; and a book of 25 essays, Connecting Christianities.
31/07/2020 from The Times
Graham Kings was invited by the Vicar of St Peter's Eaton Square, London, Nick Papadopulos (now Dean of Salisbury) to give a lecture, on 10 Mar 2009, celebrating the new icon of the cross which the church commissioned by Silvia Dimitrova. He discussed his visits to Yugoslavia and the work of John V Taylor. A shortened version was published in The Times on 12 Mar 2009.
26/07/2020 from Global South Christianity
In preparation for the bicentenary of the Church Mission Society in 1999, I was asked to write the CMS News-Letter for June, July and Aug 1998. It is called an Occasional Paper since only General Secretaries of CMS write the News-Letter.
28/01/2020 from Fulcrum Articles
A retreat at Launde Abbey led by Graham Kings with seven paintings of Women in the Bible by Silvia Dimitrova, seven poems expounding them by Graham Kings and seven anthems based on the paintings and poems by Tristan Latchford.
01/01/2015 from The Times
Credo article in The Times on the series of seven paintings 'Women in the Bible' by Silvia Dimitrova, published originally as 'Inspiring people to pray is quite literally a work of art'.