Since 2010 I have been writing, organising, producing resources, and supporting people around issues of abuse and trauma. After winning the first ever Sermon of the Year competition in 2016 I have a funded place on London School of Theology’s Masters in Integrative Theology (my first steps into academic study, and a miraculous provision). I write resources and deliver training on different aspects of gender injustice, including domestic abuse, trauma, child sexual exploitation, and pornographies. I organise Project 3:28, addressing the unbalanced representation of women in the UK church and the Fifty Shades is Domestic Abuse campaign. I run the DAY Programme, a youth domestic abuse and exploitation education programme and am a founding member of the UK Christian Feminist Network. I tweet and blog as God Loves Women. Through writing, training, public speaking and contributing to radio and television, I educate and equip individuals and organisations to respond to gender injustice.