Historical development of Black Pentecostal churches in Britain

Israel Olofinjana higlights a diversity in theologies, ecclesiologies, mission and cultures that is often overlooked

Editorial: The gift of African diaspora churches in the UK

Harvey Kwiyani and Colin Smith introduce this issue of ANVIL journal of theology and mission.

Book review: The Church and Its Vocation

A brilliant survey of Lesslie Newbigin's work that lacks a little of the great man's imagination, finds James Butler.

Book review: The Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor

Cathy Ross enjoys a great book for those who want to be reminded of our discipleship to Jesus, to the poor and to the earth.

Book review: Reimagining Mission from Urban Places

A UK book on mission, and exactly the sort of thinking that the church needs right now, says Jonny Baker.

Book review: Making New Disciples

An ideal book for students and local Christian leaders with both a desire to engage in evangelism and an open mind, says John Darch

Video: Agony births reality

Autoethnographic video by CMS Pioneer MA student, Katy Partridge, exploring chaos as the start of new creation.

Audio: the outrageous light of this world

In this podcast interview Chris Duffett talks to Camilla Lloyd about art and mission.

Video: Socially engaged art with Lou Baker

Artist Lou Baker explores mutual creativity and relational creation between the artist and the recipient.

Video: “God is a creative God”

Rev. Sarah Flashman explores how creativity can be a powerful tool in helping people to explore their own spirituality.

The televisual art and theology of online worship

Priest and broadcaster Martin Poole explains how worship in a pandemic is a “both/and” experience for the church’s gathered, yet dispersed, body.

The art of anger

Theatre practitioner Rachel Griffiths explains how socially engaged artists can provide a space for righteous anger to be expressed.