Articles / Chapters
08/09/2023 from Global South Christianity
When we were on leave in the UK for six months (Aug 1988 to Jan 1989), between our two terms of service with CMS at Kabare in Kenya, Harry Moore, the General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society, asked me to write the CMS Newsletter for July/August 1989. Since only General Secretaries wrote the Newsletter, this was entitled an Occasional Paper.
12/02/2022 from Ponderings
'Desmond Tutu: Gravitas and Hilaritas' my article for The Round Table: the Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs (Routledge, Feb 2022).
23/01/2021 from Ponderings
The journey of a multi-artform project - art, poetry and music - inspired by seven biblical women, from commission to publication and performance.
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.
28/07/2020 from Global South Christianity
Lecture given at Westminster College, Cambridge, 22 Jan 1996, to celebrate the opening of the Henry Martyn Library at its new location in Westminster College.
26/07/2020 from Global South Christianity
Norman Winter, a BBC Radio 4 producer, asked me present three Radio 4 short programmes in July 1996 on my three favourite books the Henry Martyn Library. This is my script of my second one, on Abdul Masih, broadcast on 12 July 1996.
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'.