We’ve got through 2022
As we wrap up another year, we have a real sense of excitement and anticipation for what God has in store for us. There’s no shortage of exciting things to look forward to. With new projects and opportunities, the coming year is full of possibilities. So here’s to making the most of every moment and making 2023 a year to remember!
Below you’ll find highlights of the year ahead as well as a key research programme that, during January we’ll be encouraging community leaders to take part in.
NEW in 2023 for anyone who leads a new worshipping community/fresh expression – an opportunity to take a free test-drive of the Fruitfulness Framework research tool next month. It’s designed to reveal the spiritual transformation happening in your context and to help you share and use that information with colleagues in all sorts of ways.
Visit this website to learn more and sign up.
Godsend In the coming days, the second edition of the Godsend book will be available for purchase. On March 13th we will be doing an official relaunch with a new website. Check out godsend.cloud for future updates.
The Mission Shaped Podcast Mark Robinson & Beth Munn have been busy recording episodes of our new podcast. Expect an announcement later this month with details on the release of the first episode.
Leadership in the Liminal, Gathering We’re pleased to be hosting a hybrid gathering of people from across the missional landscape, and we’re delighted to be welcoming four high-quality contributors to guide us in our conversations.
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Exploring Sabbath Tim Lea and Mark Berry have been hosting discussions around sabbath which have naturally developed into a space to be real and raw about the struggles.
Sign up to the next session: Blue Monday
Don’t forget our regular events
We hold regular events throughout the year including workshops to support the use of our Sharing Jesus evangelism resource and “Who Me?”, an opportunity to explore whether you might be being called to start a fresh expression of church.
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