#EmptyShelf 2016 #11: Out of Sorts (@sarahbessey)

This book is described by Sarah Bessey as being “for all who feel or have felt at some time ‘out of sorts’ – disorientated, bewildered and feeling that everything you once knew for sure has to be worked out all over again”. As someone who has recently moved cities, jobs, and hasn’t yet settled into Continue Reading →

[AUDIO] Newsdesk @TWRUK – Can Facebook friends be real friends?

My segment on TWR Radio this morning: Listen to latest full programme on TWR Newsdesk Digital Fingerprint Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @MMUBS. Interested in digital Literacy in the third sector. Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting. https://twitter.com/digitalfprint Like it? Share it…

#EmptyShelf 2016 #10: We Make the Road by Walking (@brianmclaren)

Over the past year I’ve been part of a closed Facebook group reading We Make the Road by Walking together – and we’ve just come to the last week’s reading. The book is described on Brian McLaren’s website as: Brian’s 2014 release offers 52+ chapters that give an overview of the biblical story and a fresh Continue Reading →

[MEDIA] Nativity on the Net on @BBCRadioSolent

I was interviewed by Zoe before Christmas, and this is now being played out across various local BBC Radio stations today, about Christians promoting the nativity – on the net. * 13 minutes in, strange to hear the #PremDac15 awards music (a conference that I’m involved in organising)! * 23 minutes in, time for Guardians of Continue Reading →

[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 Small Island and Icons of 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 digital age? The previous edition 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 for @premierradio this morning … Continue Reading →