Medianet coordinator Paul Arnold shares an audio impression from a recent trip. We'd been in Muscat, the capital city of Oman, less than 12 hours when I heard it. I'd been warned that the Muslim call to prayer, issued in amplified chant from the minarets of...

Musician Will Jackson ponders creativity both sacred and profane. The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship. Psalm 19 v1 We worship a creative God. His aesthetic masterpiece is so vast, so kaleidoscopic, so multifaceted and yet He has not kept this creative flair...

Gill Robins investigates, calling on the Bible, Aristotle and Steve Jobs. ‘Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do...

Would the church make a good screenplay? If the golden rule of visual storytelling is ‘show, don’t tell’, then our 21st century first world church does not a great screenplay make. If you pitched it, it wouldn’t be bought. If you made it, it would flop. Maybe...

I love working in the media – it’s creative, exciting, rewarding and full of incredibly gifted people who share a similar passion for making great content.  However, sometimes it can seem a scary, transient, fickle and somewhat dark place and, as a Christian, it’s easy...

In Autumn 2011 I experienced something of what so many have gone through in these difficult economic times. In just one PowerPoint slide the rug was pulled out from under my plans and I was left trying to restart a freelance career in much-changed circumstances. With...

'Human kind cannot bear too much reality.' TS Eliot: The Four Quartets. In a building about fifteen miles North of London 6 people are being held captive. They have had no contact with the outside world for three weeks. They are watched 24 hours a day....