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 to battle FGM. Helen
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. My knowledge of you
Ian Whitley, Clemy Gilmore and Libby Hawkness-Smith are just back from the ReSource weekend, Crossing cultures Birmingham 30 January – 1 February 2015, and share their thoughts on that weekend with us. HH: How did you find the ReSource weekend?
Helen Harwood talks to Neil Wild, CMS Pioneer student and part of an award-winning town centre transformation team. HH: So Neil, I saw you titled one of your recent portfolios ‘Not Afraid to Live’. That sounds intriguing, tell me more.
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 a minute, but for