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 me a very vivid
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.