Andy Flannagan

Andy Flannagan is the Executive Director of Christians in Politics and former Director of Christians on the Left. Andy longs to see a just rewiring of the global economic system. He and his wife Jenny live in Luton where they actively build friendships and community.

Andy is also a writer and singer-songwriter – his books include God 360 and Distinctive Worship, along with a number of creative and critically acclaimed albums.

As an Irishman, Andy’s proudest moment was captaining England’s Barmy Army during the Ashes in Australia.

“Andy consistently provokes and inspires in equal measure. His passion to play his part in the mission of God shines through.”

Ruth Valerio
Global Advocacy and Influencing Director of Tearfund

Andy’s books

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Every night for seven years, Brian and Tracey Heasley walked and prayed through Ibiza’s streets, chatting to clubbers, caring for those in danger, helping them home, befriending bar owners and prostitutes. The familiar T-shirts of 24-7 Ibiza came to be regarded as a fourth emergency service. Their remarkable story will inspire you to persist in prayer, giving practical and creative ways to show God’s love in your own community as you seek to express the gospel in whatever situation he has placed you.

Brian is the real deal; full of integrity, kind and committed. This book captures so much of the amazing things God has done in and through him. An inspiration to all.
Tim Hughes
Director of Worship Central

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Nation in Transit

This book offers a clear vision for what a post-Brexit Britain should look like. It takes a long, hard look at what really creates the conditions for people and communities to flourish and why we’re just not feeling it as a nation. The answers combine radical political ideas with grassroots Essex reality; because if the solutions don’t work for White Van Man then they probably won’t work at all.

Phil Anderson has taken his intelligent, compassionate, and community-focussed style of politics and applied it to some of the biggest issues facing Britain today. Our political debate needs to include more voices like this.
Stephen Metcalfe
MP for South Basildon and East Thurrock