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Meet the team

Meet the team

The Evangelical Alliance has a dedicated team of staff, board and council members who work in Belfast, Glasgow, Cardiff and London, serving the church locally and nationally in order to help Christians and churches make Jesus known in society.


Paula Gooder's Phoebe: let your imagination run loose

Theology/Paula Gooder's Phoebe: let your imagination run loose

Being a firm believer in the Holy Spirit's ability, and assignment, to unpack God's word in order to help my heart grasp His will and purpose, I had a few reservations about Christian fiction. I wondered, how could fiction help me better engage with the Bible and God? Not only did Paula help me to…

23 May 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

A green church is a just church

A green church is a just church

Christians taking a stand to tackle environmental issues isn’t new. On World Environment Day in 2006, the Church of England launched Shrinking the Footprint, an ambitious environmental campaign to encourage its churches to review and reduce their energy output. With 16,000 church buildings and…

20 November 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Flying the gospel to the ends of the earth

Mission/Flying the gospel to the ends of the earth

The developing world has seen no shortage of calamity, conflict, instability and suffering over the past century. Folk just have to turn on the news to see communities torn apart by war, battered by floods or stifled by insufficient medical care. So frequent are these types of news stories, that…

26 April 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Languages of Love

Mission/Languages of Love

Linguæ Christi is among the Christian organisations around the UK that are making Jesus known in people's heart language. Naomi Osinnowo, the Evangelical Alliance's editorial content manager, catches up with the general director, Rev John Robinson, to find out what the charity is up to and the…

1 July 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

The gospel in 3D

Church/The gospel in 3D

“I grew up knowing that Jesus is my friend, so I didn’t have a moment when I became a Christian, as such,” says Dr Ruth Valerio, Tearfund’s global advocacy and influencing director. But while Ruth was studying theology at Cambridge University, she read a book about environmental care and realised…

20 November 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Are you up for the 40acts challenge?

Mission/Are you up for the 40acts challenge?

In an interview with Naomi Osinnowo, the Evangelical Alliance’s editorial content manager, Kezia Owusu-Yianoma, social media and digital content executive at Stewardship, shares why the drive continues to attract thousands of participants each year, and urges others to get on board. For those who…

25 February 2019
Naomi Osinnowo

Public leadership: Offering a future and a hope

Society/Public leadership: Offering a future and a hope

The great commission – Jesus’ instruction to “go and make disciples of all the nations” – has propelled many Christians worldwide to spread the good news of salvation in Jesus. For the Evangelical Alliance, a unity movement formed 173 year ago, the most effective way to do so has always been by…

2 September 2019
Naomi Osinnowo

God’s kind of church

Church/God’s kind of church

From a national perspective, secularisation is rapidly sweeping across society and more and more people identify with non-religious values and institutions. Add to this, the church in Scotland, and the rest of the UK for that matter, tends to be defined by what it prohibits rather than the love it…

29 April 2019
Naomi Osinnowo

A heart for justice

Theology/A heart for justice

To mark its 50th anniversary this year, Tearfund will be among the charities and organisations that will host the event, which has been organised by its theological and networks manager, Jo Herbert. In an interview with Naomi Osinnowo, the editorial content manager at the Evangelical Alliance, of…

1 November 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Caribbean communities’ contribution to the UK

Society/Caribbean communities’ contribution to the UK

The media has been awash with stories of long-standing Caribbean residents being entangled in an immigration crisis. What are your views? This national debacle and administrative tragedy has evoked feelings of distrust. It's shocking and scandalous that someone like Paulette Wilson, who came here…

1 July 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

We want to see the kingdom of God break out across Scotland

Mission/We want to see the kingdom of God break out across Scotland

More than 20 years after the revival of Whiteinch church, Shona Stirling, director of pastoral care at the church's charity, Whiteinch Transformation, tells the Evangelical Alliance's editorial content manager, Naomi Osinnowo, how the church and its charity are on a mission to see the kingdom of…

26 April 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Girls’ Brigade Ministries: here’s to another 125 years of mission

Mission/Girls’ Brigade Ministries: here’s to another 125 years of mission

To mark the 125th anniversary of Girls’ Brigade Ministries, Naomi Osinnowo, editorial content manager at the Evangelical Alliance, caught up with Catherine Burt, media coordinator and group leader, to talk about the the charity’s past, present and future. This year, Girls’ Brigade Ministries (GB)…

9 August 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Myles MacBean: Disney, 'The 95' and collaboration

Mission/Myles MacBean: Disney, 'The 95' and collaboration

Having a long-standing relationship with the Christian charity, Myles was pleased to see that SU still bravely seeks to actively reimagine what they do so they can continue to equip local churches and volunteers to speak effectively into the very different context of today’s young people in today’s…

30 September 2019
Naomi Osinnowo

Mental health: Black, Christian and struggling with mental health

Church/Mental health: Black, Christian and struggling with mental health

The qualified and accredited psychotherapist explains that while mainstream services repeatedly fail to understand the unique needs and outlook of Christians from African and African-Caribbean backgrounds particularly, black-majority churches can often be superstitious about conditions of the mind…

8 May 2019
Naomi Osinnowo

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