Claire joined the CMS Pioneer training course in 2014, and Helen Harwood asked her more about her mission context and what the course means to her. HH: Tell me something about the context you are in
The CMS Pioneer course is a major journey of self-discovery and questioning for Tim Jones, first-year Durham MA student and youth pastor. Helen Harwood asked him more. HH: When we chatted earlier last week you gave
Anti-FGM campaigner, CMS mission partner and sometime pioneer student, Ann-Marie Wilson (far left, with the Maasai Cricket Warriors) recently added a British Citizen Award to her achievements. Along with an extraordinary trip to Kenya using cricket
Helen Harwood catches up with Sue Martyr, a student with CMS Pioneer Mission Leadership training, about her ongoing work with the Tolladine Mission in Worcester. HH: Hi Sue and thanks for agreeing to be interviewed again.
Helen Harwood meets new CMS Pioneer student and prison chaplain, Fin Wood. HH: I know you are a new student to the course, having started back in September. I will ask you more about that in
Helen Harwood meets new Pioneer student Luke Larner, “a rough-round-the-edges dude” who ministers among the outlaw biker fraternity and who dreams of creating a “rest-stop for ragamuffins”… You started in your first year here just two
Colin Smith, CMS Dean of Mission Education, talks to Helen Harwood about life in Kenya, mission, calling and life back at CMS in Oxford. HH: You joined the staff of CMS in February of this year
Pioneer student Katharine Crowsley gives us a bird’s eye view of Greenbelt 2014, in conversation with Helen Harwood. You said it was a fantastic new site despite the access issues. Can you say a bit more