MORNING SPEAKER

Amy Orr-Ewing

Amy Orr-Ewing is a Director for the Zacharias Trust, and Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA).

Amy is a passionate exponent of a rational Christian response to many of the pressing cultural issues of the day, bringing her formidable theological knowledge to bear on a wide variety of subjects. She gained a first class degree in Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University, before receiving a Master’s in Theology from King’s College London.

Amy has written two books exploring key questions in apologetics: Why Trust the Bible? and But Is It Real?. Her most recent publication is Millennials, which she co-authored with her husband Frog. They have also published Holy Warriors: A Fresh Look at the Face of Extreme Islam and Deep.

Amy speaks and lectures on Christian Apologetics worldwide, at events such as Keswick and Alpha International, and on University campuses including Oxford, Cambridge, Vienna, and Hong Kong. Amy has been invited to speak in the White House, and on Capitol Hill, as well as the Speakers Rooms in the UK Parliament.  Amy and her husband Frog lead a church in Buckinghamshire called Latimer Minster, which they planted in 2010.

Amy has made various appearances on national television in the UK  including appearances on BBC  Television (Blue Peter and Songs of Praise) and television networks in the USA. She is increasingly called upon to comment on a variety of topics relating to the Christian faith on radio interviews both across the UK and worldwide.  She has contributed to various discussions including the BBC Radio 4’s Beyond Belief.

Amy’s talk for Winter Glory 2018:

‘Overcoming Challenges’: In our desire to see the heavenly kingdom coming and expanding we inevitably face challenges in our lives, some of which arise from circumstances, others are spiritual opposition. In this session we will be examining the life of Daniel and seeing how he met and resisted the challenges thrown at him and we will be asking God to bring us into greater breakthrough in our own lives.