Chris Thomas is a priest of the Liverpool Archdiocese. He has been a full-time youth chaplain, a University chaplain, a Parish Priest and is now the director of the Irenaeus Project. The Project is an attempt to highlight the whole area of spirituality for everyone. He is vice chair of the National Service Team for Charismatic Renewal, part of the Harvesters Men’s steering group and a member of the Good News editorial committee. He has spoken all over the British Isles as well as Ireland and mainland Europe. He is the author of ‘Love is the Key’, ‘When did we stop skipping?’, ‘Meta What?’ ‘Holiness is for everyone’, ‘Forgiveness is for giving’ and ‘Let it begin with me.’ He writes regularly for periodicals and magazines. More than anything else he loves working with the scriptures and encouraging people to see them in a different way. His hobbies include reading, music, football and filling his house with so-called antiques…others may well say junk!