I met Laura at the Premier Digital Conference 2019, and we got chatting. Earlier this year she sent me a list of questions, and (for once in my life) I didn’t overthink the answers. The response to the first question: 1) What is your name and what does it mean? My name is Bex, short […]
As I can never find Facebook posts again when I want them, I saved some of the thoughts that are helping trigger a presentation in Edinburgh shortly, on spiritual formation and any kind of awareness of surveillance online. I noted that the responses may be made public, if anonymised! What do you understand by spiritual […]
ASREC: Propaganda with a Mission: Learning from the Second World War for the Christian Sector in a Digital Age
Today’s conference paper for ASREC (Association for Religion, Economics and Culture), held at Durham University.
This morning’s session: Social media Identity from Bex Lewis
I’ve just had a commissioned piece published on the Church of England’s Church Growth Research & Development Blog. Here’s the start: For many churchgoing is no longer the ‘cultural norm’. People don’t actively ignore the church: they don’t even think about it. Matthew 5:13-16 calls us to be salt and light in the world, and […]