How can you change the world?
On the Leadership Forum this week James Maidment-Fullard asked Jonathan Tame about the part that local churches have to play in building up public leaders.
Lou Everard is a 63-year-old with a passion for sharing the love of Jesus and encouraging others.
At the launch of Ravi Zacharias’ new book Why Suffering? we caught up with him to ask a few questions about the challenges to Christian faith and how Christians should engage in public life. He said: “We need people who are well trained and well qualified to be in public life. Change will ultimately come from the inside not from dictating from the outside.”
Dave Landrum, director of advocacy at the Evangelical Alliance, talks to Andy Peck for Premier Radio’s Leadership File.
It is a year since the terrible murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
In 1980, less than one per cent of Manhattan went to church.
Billy Kennedy came to Southampton in 1982, and for many years since he has been involved in the leadership of New Community Church, taking overall responsibility in 2002.
When he’s not at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Liverpool, the Reverend Allan Finnegan can be found preaching to a less conventional audience as a stand-up comedian.
The heart of public leadership is to see people equipped to have the greatest impact in the places God has called them to.