Bev Richardson is a former MA student with CMS Pioneer Mission Leadership Training. She went on to work with CMS in Paraguay and is currently in the UK and preparing to return to Paraguay as a CMS mission partner.
/ Student interviews
“Accidental” pioneer James talks about his journey into pioneering and how study with CMS helped him grow into his new role
Helen Harwood talks to Debbie Veel, one of our new graduate diploma students, about her journey into CMS and pioneering.
Rhianne O’Rourke talks about her journey into pioneering, the surprising freedom of studying theology and the relief of being able to be herself as part of the learning community at CMS.
How calling out to God after 25 years of not going to church took Christine Ramshaw in an unexpected direction.
We sit down with 2019 graduate Modupe Adefala to discuss prisons, if pioneering is too white, and churches as learning centres.
We talk to Maria Casiero, second year MA student, about her unusual journey to faith and how it’s continuing with CMS pioneer training
This month I chatted to second year Diploma student, Valerie Cuffe-Adams, to find out about her story and her pioneering Val, can you tell me about your early life, and also about Alpha? I am aware
A well-known piece of Romford street art inspired this theological-reflection-as-spoken-word by Joanne Smallman, a student at the St Cedd Centre for Pioneer Mission, our training hub in partnership with the Diocese of Chelmsford. I caught up
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: