This month I caught up with James Fox Robinson, a 2nd year MA student here in Oxford HH: James, can you tell me something about your upbringing? I’m especially interested to hear about Papua New Guinea! JFR:
Second year MA student Jackie Maw is pioneering on a new housing development in Aldershot where nearly 4,000 homes will be built over the next 10 years. HH: Jackie, tell us about you and your current
Rachel Burton is a former CMS short term mission partner to Bolivia and is now studying on the Pioneer course. Rachel joined us for the Mission and Evangelism weekend. HH: Rachel, please tell us a bit
Jane is studying with us at level 6, having joined us at Year 2 of our diploma course; and kindly offered to host the Bible in Context for us last month HH: Firstly, Jane, can you
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
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”.
Once an atheist, now a mission pioneer on a new housing development: Fiona Mayne, a first year BA student with CMS Pioneer Mission Leadership Training, and a pioneer ordinand, told me her story. HH: Can I