Working and Leading Remotely

Posted: 05/06/20

In response to the huge changes the pandemic has brought to many people’s working situations we ran this webinar to reflect on what ‘work’ actually is, to share ideas about how best to work remotely and reflect on what learnings we can take out of this period for our future work. Our five presenters all Read more

Beyond the Stream: Your questions answered!

Posted: 30/03/20

  We’ve taken many of your questions that were posted in the chat box during the webinar and have answered them! Check out the time code below for the list of questions, or click the list icon in the video player to scroll through the segments. Time Code/ Questions 00:30  Should we be careful to Read more

3 strategies for working from home

Posted: 26/03/20

“Working from home, even if we are ‘self-isolating’ for health reasons doesn’t mean we have to cut ourselves off from people.” ‘3 strategies for working from home’ is a useful and practical article written by our Educational Designer, Diane Hockridge. Article here>>  

Communion in the COVID-19 Crisis

Posted: 26/03/20

We all have to make sacrifices. So communion has got to go. Let me explain. I love the Lord’s Supper – it is a big part of my personal spiritual discipline. It joins all the dots for me: a focus on Christ’s atoning death, personalised address from my minister, taking part in community life, a Read more

Saying Yes to Jesus Isn’t Always Fun

Posted: 13/03/20

For almost eighteen months now I’ve had a draft post sitting in my blog folder titled “Saying Yes to Jesus Isn’t Always Fun”. I keep trying to write it and then getting stuck, giving up for a few weeks, coming back to it, trying again, and getting stuck. The problem I’m trying to write about Read more

Your Talk Sucks

Posted: 13/03/20

As you might know, I recently released my second book Talks That Don’t Suck. When we decided on the name for the book, I thought it was great! It’s fun, catchy, and doesn’t promise too much. I’m not going to promise to teach you how to do the greatest talks, I’m just going to teach Read more

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