Amy Timmins became a Christian whilst studying Biochemistry at the University of East Anglia. She is now a PhD student at the University of Manchester. She recently attended one of our training workshops, but had already been getting involved with the project in a variety of ways:
“Without a shadow of a doubt I know God, faith and science are intertwined. I love that they reinforce each other to give meaning to my life in a way that science alone cannot do. Sharing this with others has become a great passion of mine and I was amazed to discover God and the Big Bang, an project doing just that in schools across the country!
Currently I am involved with writing articles for their blog and I look forward to attending their training sessions and helping and leading sessions at their school events. I am especially looking forward to the Q&A panel which is a chance to answer and discuss some very interesting questions from inquisitive students.
I love being involved with God and the Big Bang as it gives me the opportunity to develop my confidence and communication skills, which will ultimately enhance my ability to discuss the interaction of science and faith with others. This is a fantastic project, with so many different areas to be getting involved in. I would not hesitate to encourage you to get involved. You won’t regret it!”