[REVIEW] Finding Myself in Britain: Our Search for Faith, Home & True Identity by @AmyBoucherPye

As someone whose PhD essentially focused upon British identity, and how the government during the Second World War sought to capitalise on that to ensure full engagement in the war by British citizens, a super-fan of Kate Fox’s Watching the English, along with really enjoying Bill Bryson’s Notes from a Continue Reading →

[ARTICLE] The Digital Mission Field in @PreachMagazine

I was commissioned to write a piece for Preach Magazine, which, aside from the content, is beautifully designed! The piece has just come out, and is available to read in full online (pp25-29). What does it look like to reach the unreached (something that’s as old as time) in a Continue Reading →

Talking Digital Engagement and #PremDac15 with @PremierRadio

This morning, around 750am, I was on Premier Radio, discussing the forthcoming Premier Digital Conference (an excellent event, only £39, London), and some of the ideas related to the digital and digital engagement. You can listen again via Premier Player. You can see my preparation notes on Instagram: How one prepped Continue Reading →

Challenge and Inspiration: #GWLOct15

Gathering of Women Leaders started very small back in 2012 (here’s the original ideas – PDF) – I first visited one in 2013, and have endeavoured to make it to at least one every year (there have been three, next year there will be two), despite living a long way out Continue Reading →

New name, new era, same excellent conference #PremDac15 (#CNMAC15)

The Christian New Media Conference to Premier Digital Conference In 2010 I joined CODEC part-time, and soon got involved in setting up the ‘Christian New Media Conference‘ to accompany the awards that Premier Christian Media has been running since 2007 (my thoughts on awards in 2013). The first year attracted around Continue Reading →

[Review] Digging for Diamonds by @CathyMadavan

I met Cathy at Spring Harvest in 2013, and have enjoyed chatting with her on Facebook, and occasional face-to-face meetings every since, so looked forward to reading what she had to say! Often known as ‘Bargain Bex’, I soon highlighted the sentence: Good quality doesn’t usually come cheap, ethically sourced Continue Reading →