Sheridan is a writer, speaker, and broadcaster based in Oxford, England.
Sheridan has authored several books including the award-winning Unseen Footprints: Encountering the Divine Along the Journey of Life (Scripture Union, 2005)—named 2006 Christian Book of the Year by the Australian Christian Literature Society—and Open House: Sheridan Voysey in Conversation (Strand, 2008). He has been a contributor to the popular Australian Stories series of books, a columnist for Alive Magazine, and has been published in numerous national and international publications, including Discipleship Journal.
As a speaker, Sheridan regularly addresses issues of contemporary life, faith, and culture. Passionate about everyday people hearing the whispers of God and changing their world, Sheridan speaks across denominations and in mainstream settings. His aim is to catalyze spiritual vitality and motivate Christian action in a perilous yet exciting, beautiful yet broken world.
For many years, Sheridan was the host of Open House, a live talk show heard around Australia every Sunday night, exploring life, faith, and culture. During his 14 years as a broadcaster Sheridan has interviewed some of the most prominent names in the Christian and mainstream world. Sheridan has also filled the role of Creative Director for Compassion Day—a national radio event in partnership with Compassion Australia, which sees hundreds of children released from poverty each year.
Sheridan holds degrees in theology and communication, and has served in numerous church and parachurch leadership roles. He is married to Merryn, loves Thai food, is somewhat partial to dark chocolate, devours books, values solitude, hopes to one day own a puppy, and is constantly working on his sense of humor. Feel free to check out his website.
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