2018 has continued apace. The undoubted highlight has been directing new show "Soul Tears", an achinghly honest look at grief and loss, where people in the public eye open up about their experiences and share how they have coped and how they have not coped with events that all of us go through at some point in our lives. The feedback on the show has been incredible, with comments coming in from people across the spectrum of global life, from those on the poverty line to some of the most powerful people of our times.
On top of Soul Tears, I've made another 111 programmes for TBN UK in the second half of the year, and also found time for a month-long break where I visitied Yosemite National Park in California and had some long-deserved relaxation time. The end of the year sees the TV debut of a feature-length documentary I directed, which has been 18 months in the making. "Christianity Under Fire: The story of Canon Andrew White" traces Andrew's experiences as the Archibishop of Canterbury's special envoy to the Middle East, where he played a pivotal role in the signing of the Alexandria Accord, and was removed from the region after a $57m bounty was placed on his head. The film airs on TBN UK (Freeview 65, Sky 582) on the 27th December at 9pm, or Sunday 30th at 10pm.