Joe Aldred is an ecumenist, broadcaster, speaker and writer. He is responsible for Pentecostal and Multicultural Relations at Churches Together in England; is director of Respect Enterprises Ltd; and Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Roehampton. He has worked in various capacities, including the areas of broadcasting, education, faith and health - as pastor and regional bishop, director of the Centre for Black and White Christian Partnership, NHS Primary Care Trust Chairman, and chair of the Council of Black Led Churches. Joe has an earned PhD in Theology from Sheffield University and is author/editor of several books and articles including his most recent book ‘Thinking outside the box – on race, faith and life’ (Hansib 2013). Joe is married to Novelette, a psychotherapist and they have three grown up daughters.