Webinar Series on Pioneer Practice in January

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Last year Jonny ran a popular webinar series Just Imagine exploring creativity with a range of guests. By popular demand he has been persuaded to run another series. This time round it is a partnership with Heartedge and the theme is Pioneer Practice. It’s also free!

Register here.

The dates are

  • 13 January: Be You
  • 20 January: See
  • 27 January: Build
  • 3 February: Change

The series explores over four weeks how pioneering happens in practice on the ground. Each week Jonny will have two or three guests and get into the gritty day to day of how they pioneer. It’s ideal for you if you have started something or if you have an inkling or an idea you want to explore and get started. It would also be really useful to attend with a couple of others who you might pioneer something with. If you are a church leader it would be great for you too and do think of people in your church who might have the pioneer gift, whether they know it or not, and encourage them to come along.

That idea might be starting a new Congregation — the Church of England, for example, is encouraging every parish to pioneer one. It might also be an idea related to Compassion in your community. It might be related to Commerce as a way of making good in the world through enterprise. Or it might be related to Culture. These are the four Cs of the HeartEdge network.

Recordings will be made available for those signed up to the series so if you can’t make a session you can catch up. Hope to see you there!

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