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Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams is a gifted teacher, writer, and communicator, known for bringing history to life in a way that speaks to our contemporary context. She is an Oxford-trained historian who taught as part of the modern history faculty at the University of Oxford before moving to British Columbia to teach the history of Christianity to international postgraduates at Regent College. Sarah’s research interests lie in British religious and cultural history. She is the author of Religious Belief and Popular Culture, Perfectly Human, and the co-author of Redefining Christian Britain. Her forthcoming book traces the relationship between Christianity and perceptions of gender and sexuality through time. Sarah and her husband, Paul, currently reside in the UK where she is a research associate at St Benet’s Hall, Oxford.

Honoring the Preborn: Cerian's Story (Part 2 of 2)

Honoring the Preborn: Cerian’s Story (Part 2 of 2)

Sarah Williams recounts her experiences surrounding her pregnancy with her daughter Cerian who was diagnosed with a fatal medical condition that virtually guaranteed her death at the time of birth. Sarah explains the decision to carry her baby to term, the opposition she and her husband encountered, and how they experienced the presence and hope of God as never before. (Part 2 of 2)

Honoring the Preborn: Cerian's Story, Part 1

Honoring the Preborn: Cerian’s Story (Part 1 of 2)

Sarah Williams recounts her experiences surrounding her pregnancy with her daughter Cerian who was diagnosed with a fatal medical condition that virtually guaranteed her death at the time of birth. Sarah explains the decision to carry her baby to term, the opposition she and her husband encountered, and how they experienced the presence and hope of God as never before. (Part 1 of 2)