Chine McDonald is a writer, speaker and broadcaster. She heads up community fundraising and public engagement at Christian Aid and is the former communications director for the Evangelical Alliance. Her latest book is God Is Not A White Man (Hodder & Stoughton). She studied Theology & Religious Studies at Cambridge University and is a trustee of the Church & Media Network, Christians Against Poverty, Greenbelt Festival and the Sophia Network, which equips women in leadership in the Church.
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A few years ago, I went on a trip to Israel-Palestine with Christian Aid. I arrived at a mobile clinic where the other journalists and I were surrounded by young Palestinian children who excitedly practised their English on us and asked questions about SpongeBob SquarePants. After spending some time speaking ...
Today marks one year since George Floyd was murdered by a police officer in Minneapolis
Comic Relief’s brave decision to no longer send celebrities to African nations as part of its fundraising appeals is a welcome move, and will hopefully go some way towards dispelling the myths that exist around Africa, says Chine Mcdonald
Chine McDonald explains how the coronavirus has led to a deeper level of connection and community among her neighbours
Last month, the popular preacher and founder of Grace To You ministries John MacArthur wrote a blog post called "Social Injustice to the Gospel". In the piece he claimed the "detour in quest of 'social justice'" was "the most subtle and dangerous threat" to the gospel. Now, MacArthur has joined over 6,000 other pastors and leaders in signing a controversial statement on the subject. Chine McDonald from Christian Aid responds to the news
Chine McDonald explains why she changed her mind about Halloween