Tanya Marlow

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Tanya Marlow is an author, broadcaster, and campaigner with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), having been diagnosed in 2007. She writes about her illness and her Christian faith on the website Tanya Marlow - Thorns and Gold.

Books[edit | edit source]

Marlow wrote Coming Back to God When You Feel Empty: Whispers of Restoration From the Book of Ruth which intertwined her own journey with the Old Testament book of Ruth and was a contributor to the book Soul Bare, edited by Cara Sexton.[1]

Magazines[edit | edit source]

Marlow has written for the online magazines She Loves Magazine, and Mudroom (USA and worldwide), as well as The Spectator, Relevant Magazine.com (USA), Premier Christianity Magazine (UK), Threads (UK), and BigBible.[2]

Broadcaster[edit | edit source]

Marlow has been a broadcaster who has been featured in BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Devon, and UK’s Premier Christian Radio (audio), and Big Bible Project, BBC Spotlight, Change for ME documentary (video).[3]

Campaigner[edit | edit source]

Marlow founded Compassionate Britain, a grassroots campaigning organization that unites Christians to speak up for disabled people against the government cuts affecting their essential support. "I campaign for disability rights and better treatment and funding for M.E. patients," stated Tanya Marlow.

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