This week, we're chatting with author and former journalist Natalie Williams,  who heads up community engagement, social action, and communication at King’s Church 1066 across all their four venues. Natalie is also co-author of The Myth of the Undeserving Poor (2014) and A Church for the Poor (2017). You...

  In your role within the media industry, you have the opportunity to be a trusted voice for God, glorifying Jesus in what you say and do. Below are five qualities that good leaders possess. Will you aspire to and work towards these? 1. You ask God...

Applying for your first or even fourteenth job in the media is never easy. Be it in PR, journalism, production or digital, our industry is notoriously competitive and ever-evolving, with an abundance of talent on tap. So how can you increase your chances of being given a chance? We've put together...

The Medianet meets Andy Geers. designer and developer of the PrayerMate app PrayerMate is a free mobile app for iOS and Android that helps users maintain consistency when praying for themselves, for their loved ones and for the world. Users can type in the names of...

Alexa When did the Church of England cease being an analogue place of worship in a digital age? Last week, the Church of England launched an Alexa skill, enabling users to ask the Church of England for prayers, explanations of the Christian faith and where to find...

It was perhaps inevitable that disagreement would be in the air when 21-month-old Alfie Evans died from an undiagnosed neurological condition at Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool last month. For Christians, it was the apparent determination of Alfie’s doctors to turn off his life machine that...

This morning, Catherine Butcher - Communications Director for HOPE, delivered a spiritual message and Prayer for the Day on BBC Radio 4, on the topic of World Press Freedom Day. Read her inspiring comments below, or listen on iPlayer. Today is World Press Freedom Day. I trained as...

Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature, old things are passed away, all things become new (2 Cor 5:17) As we make our way back to work flowing the Easter break it’s important to remember that in Christ we are all...