BY ANDY MASON, second year MA student. “Whose idea was this?” my friend asked as we squelched through puddles to find somewhere dry to sleep out. Knowing the answer was ‘me’ I tried to make light
At a recent gathering of pioneers we discussed the subject of sustainability. For a number there the very word ‘sustainability’ was problematic. Sustainability it was argued implies a formed, settled state, one that can be maintained,
We’d like to wish everyone who has connected with CMS Pioneers in any way over the last year a very happy Christmas and a hope-filled new year – in spite of the fear and anger dominating
Nicholas Cheeseman, area director of ordinands for Berkshire and Oxford in the Diocese of Oxford, is positive about pioneering and says CMS training is “excellent at helping people to develop their skills and confidence in creative mission”.
Twenty-one pioneering students graduated from CMS Pioneer Mission Leadership Training on Tuesday at the course’s fifth-ever graduation service. Twelve undergraduate and nine graduate or postgraduate certificates diplomas or degrees were handed out – including one to
The South Central Regional Training Partnership Pioneer Forum gathered pioneers and pioneer enablers from across the region to engage in a constructive conversation around pioneer ministry in new housing developments. The conversation was facilitated by Paul