Kim Walker is Senior information and Research Officer at the Evangelical Alliance.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens can change the world.
In his recent article about ‘post-truth’, my colleague Danny Webster referenced a Washington Post interview with Paul Horner, the “impresario” of fake news articles shared on Facebook.
In part two of our interview, James, Megan and Dave from Trans World Radio UK discuss what it means to be a Christian journalist.
James Maidment-Fullard, Megan Lackie and Dave Piper work for Trans World Radio UK which broadcasts Christian radio throughout the UK.
The Oxford English Dictionary has declared that ‘post-truth’ is its word of 2016. For now we’ll overlook the fact that it’s hyphenated, and probably should be two words. At least it’s not an emoji like last year. ;
Lou Everard is a 63-year-old with a passion for sharing the love of Jesus and encouraging others.
One of the questions I have mused upon in my seven and a half weeks as Public Leadership coordinator is how to describe the difference between social engagement, workplace ministry, Christian career development courses and Christian public leadership.
Annie Carter writes, teaches and volunteers in various contexts, lately delving into supply teaching across all age ranges and settings, including prison.
Last weekend 22 public leaders joined us at the beautiful Oast Houses in East Sussex to learn how they can better engage with media organisations.