Video: If We Kept Silent the Stones Would Cry Out
Gospel artist and praise and worship minister Ahmed Conteh reflects on the spirituality and vibrancy of worship and music in African churches.
Video: Legacies of Five Nigerian Women Pioneer Ministers in London
Dupe Adefala on a largely untold story of the distinctive and pioneering contribution of African women to mission in London
African congregations adapting to COVID-19
Harvey Kwiyani and Paul Ayokunle identify the distinct way in which the pandemic was understood and confronted as both a spiritual and medical battleground.
Finding my place
“Isn’t Christianity the white man’s religion?” Rosie Hopley is on a quest to unearth a broader, wider and more global narrative.
Rivers in the desert
Sheila Akomiah-Conteh argues that African Christianity is a revitalising force in British Christianity.
African millennial Christians in the diaspora and the identity question
Joseph Ola explores the way a younger generation of African Christians in Britain face the challenges of dual identity.
Historical development of Black Pentecostal churches in Britain
Israel Olofinjana higlights a diversity in theologies, ecclesiologies, mission and cultures that is often overlooked