Reviews


Kisses From Katie – Katie Davis, Beth Clarke 1

Poignant, funny, heart-rending and inspirational. Offering much-needed direction that will vitally assist, instruct and challenge care workers . Kisses from Katie by Katie J Davis is a delightful, heart-warming book, similar to Mother of Malawi, that tells the story of an American teenager who became a mom to 14 girls in […]


The Birds Began To Sing – Simon Dillon – must read novel

Intriguing! A plot that will keep the pages turning!   Simon Dillon’s latest novel is an intriguing story, full of exciting twists and turns. Set in the challenging world of publishing it offers fascinating glimpses into the obstacles writers face as Alice Darnell struggles to make her name as an […]


Church Times

A review published by Church Times, the world’s leading Anglican newspaper, on 10 January 2014  Jesus seen in faces of orphans  Pat Ashworth admires the subject of a didactic biography Mother of Malawi: The story of Annie Chikhwaza, who created an oasis of love in a country of orphans. Al […]


Evangelicals Now

‘Moving story’ says Evangelicals Now MOTHER OF MALAWI by Al Gibson Monarch Books. 315 pages. £8.99 ISBN 978 0 857 213 754 Annie Chikhwaza is Dutch and loves the marginalised. She suffered abuse as a child and became a troubled young woman. However, the transformation in her life when she […]


Reviews

 Mother of Malawi has been reviewed by the following publications:    “A Moving Story” Evangelicals Now     “A teeth-clenching book.” – Church Times, the world’s leading Anglican newspaper     “An inspiring testimony” – Gateway News  


Faith Under Fire – Andrew White

Faith Under Fire: What the Middle East Conflict Has Taught me About God (Paperback) by Canon Andrew White. An extraordinary book from an extraordinary man Review by Al Gibson “Don’t take care, take risks!” This is not the kind of advice you would expect from an everyday minister of the […]


Gateway News

‘MOTHER OF MALAWI’ – AN INSPIRING TESTIMONY Review by Val Viljoen of Gateway News on December 5, 2013 I had the great privilege of meeting Annie Chikhwaza before reading this book, so my enjoyment of it had an extra dimension. But even if this had not been the case, I […]