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Pentecostalism can be a way of staying African

We were really pleased to read the recent short report by Daewon Moon, Pentecostalism in African Christianity: the formation and scope of a distinctive spirituality. He identifies African Pentecostalism as a distinctively African way of being Christian. Not only does this have its own indigenous African roots going back hundreds […]

Recent writings by me, plus a bonus

Late last year Lausanne Global Analysis asked me to write something about the global abuse of women, so I got over my imposter syndrome and did. Their fantastic editing process means it didn’t come out until July: Why Equality Is Not Enough When You’ve Been Abused: pursuing the flourishing of […]