• One People

    One People0

    For the first of EEA’s monthly online coffee lounges, we invited Yemi Adedeji & Steve Clifford to share. Pastor Yemi is the director of the One People Commission of Evangelical Alliance (EA) UK. Steve Clifford is the former general director of EA UK.
    Yemi shared his personal experiences of racism, the constant micro-assaults, the invalidation, the acts which exclude, things that white people may not even be conscious of.

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  • The [Im]possible Dream: a review by Jonathan Lamb

    The [Im]possible Dream: a review by Jonathan Lamb0

    The [Im]possible Dream is essential reading for such a time as this
    In her popular title, Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race, Reni Eddo-Lodge says that the UK is still profoundly uncomfortable with race. Most days we see this discomfort – whether on the terraces at football matches, at film and music award ceremonies in the entertainment industry, or on the street, in the workplace, and on social media platforms. And despite our longing as Christians that the church should be a new society, we experience a similar discomfort within the Christian community.

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  • To Infinity and Turn Left: A book review on Graham Coyle´s recently published book for Christians working in education

    To Infinity and Turn Left: A book review on Graham Coyle´s recently published book for Christians working in education0

    ‘This book is quite different from anything I have read about education’.  So says one of the endorsements on the back cover, and I’d have to agree.  What on Earth could a book called ‘To Infinity and Turn Left’ have to do with purpose for Christians in education?  The fact is though, there is very little written for Christian teachers that takes them to the spiritual heart of their ministry.  This book is a resounding exception.

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