Guest bloggers

Volunteers, young people we work with, people who support our campaigns and policy write about a wide range of subjects related to young people.
Richard Reddie

Richard Reddie

From our Guest bloggers

Richard is Project Director for the Churches Together in England's initiative to mark the bicentenary of the 1807 Abolition of the Slave Trade Act. Previously he was Education Policy Officer for Race on the Agenda. He has a BA in Caribbean studies and Spanish, and an MA in information management.

Dave Walker

Dave Walker

From our Guest bloggers

Dave Walker is a cartoonist, providing regular insightful reflections in The Church Times.

Pádraig Ó Tuama

Pádraig Ó Tuama

From our Guest bloggers

A poet, theologian and group conflict worker based in Belfast, Pádraig's poetry is published by Canterbury Press. Audio, links and more information can be found his website, http://www.intheshelter.com .

Viv Faull

Viv Faull, Dean of York Cathedral

From our Guest bloggers

Viv is Dean of York Cathedral

Gamal Fahnbulleh

Gamal Fahnbulleh

From our Guest bloggers

Gamal is a journalist and presenter of ITV Daybreak.

Sam Donoghue

Sam Donoghue

From our Guest bloggers

Sam works for the Diocese of London supporting and resourcing those who work with children. He is also the co-editor of Childrenswork Magazine, a national publication for church children’s workers.

Anthony Clarke

Anthony Clarke

From our Guest bloggers

Anthony is a Baptist minister and tutorial fellow in pastoral studies and community learning at Regent’s Park College in Oxford.

Janet Morley

Janet Morley

From our Guest bloggers

Janet is a freelance writer and workshop leader who has worked for both Christian Aid and the Methodist Church. She is author of several books of prayers and liturgies (including All Desires Known and Bread of Tomorrow), and poetry anthologies with commentaries offered as a resource for the spiritual journey (including The Heart's Time: A poem a day for Lent and Easter, and Haphazard by Starlight: A poem a day from Advent to Epiphany). She has four grandchildren.

Chine Mbubaegbu

Chine Mbubaegbu, Head of Media and Communications at the Evangelical Alliance

From our Guest bloggers

Chine Mbubaegbu is a journalist, writer, and head of media and communications at the Evangelical Alliance. She is also a trustee of the Bible Society, the Christian Enquiry Agency and her local church. Chine's book, Am I Beautiful?, is published by Authentic Media.

Misha B

Misha B

From our Guest bloggers

A singer and former X Factor finalist from Manchester, Misha B is our newest ambassador.

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