One of the reasons I haven’t blogged very regularly is that my book deadline is fast approaching. It’s on the equality of men and women and what that looks like in practice. If we believe that men and women are equal, how can we live intentionally to make that a reality – at home, in the church, as parents, at work, as partners and friends? I’m going to include some stories in the book of how people have addressed inequality or done things differently in those areas, and there’s still time to contribute. There’s some questions to prompt your stories here, or leave them in the comments below. I’ve loved hearing about how people share out the domestic chores between them, how they’ve juggled parenting and work, how they’ve challenged the status quo at work, or been deliberate about giving opportunities away. There’s no blueprint for how equality is expressed; it will look different for different individuals, families, organisations or churches but my hope is that reading about what others have done will spark ideas and get people talking about what could be different.