All articles by Sheena Tyler
The author is a research scientist and member of Mottram Evangelical Church.
It was a daring plan. The spearhead of the D-day landings was to capture two bridges intact. Who should be in charge of the German forces but Field Marshal Rommel? And he had reinforced German defences all along the Normandy beaches. The single most vulnerable point of the allied invasion lay on its eastern…Read more
Research zoologist Sheena Tyler examines the evidence.I still remember the day when, returning from a University hockey match, student vet Cynthia asked to talk with me about God. She shared two things I'd never heard before. Firstly, she said that God had a plan for my life. I challenged her statement but the depth…Read more
What is sport for? Does it exist to keep participants fit and well? To provide spectators with excitement and escape from hum-drum lives? To provide points of contact with our culture? Or is there more to it than that? Certainly this last year has brought us many exciting sports events and moments: the football…Read more
A massive 2½ million children have been orphaned by the HIV epidemic in South Africa. As a response to the desperate needs, young Zulu Warrior orphans gave a spectacular Commonwealth Games-style art and culture performance at 30 venues throughout England this summer, to raise funds for their AIDS orphanage. Dressed in traditional Zulu…Read more