For the current issue of ANVIL journal of theology and mission, Jonny Baker sat down for a conversation with Tim Nash of Nomad podcast.
It’s a fascinating read, dipping into the story of Nomad and discussing the ways it has become a community of listeners.
Over the years quite a few members of the CMS Pioneer team have featured on Nomad podcast, so we thought we’d highlight their interviews in the Nomad archive for a little bit of holiday listening.
Jonny Baker was a guest on the podcast way back in 2010, talking about mission and new forms of worship. It’ll be interesting to see what still rings true and what has dated in those nine years.
Ian Mobsby, who has taught modules on the Pioneer course, was also a guest in 2010, talking about what church and mission might look like in a post-secular culture.
Cathy Ross, now head of pioneer mission leadership Oxford, was a guest on Nomad podcast in 2011, discussing how and why women have been overlooked in mission and what can be done about it:
And in 2012, Andrea Campanale, pioneer network developer at CMS, was interviewed about her work with people who identify with alternative spiritualities or say they are spiritual not religious:
And finally, Jonny was back after a five year break (and five years into pioneer training at CMS) to discuss pioneering and the pioneer gift:
Enjoy listening! And if you’ve never listened to Nomad – do explore more while you’re there; there’s an absolute treasure trove of interesting stories and thinking.