The sixth of six conversations.
Gathering at CEEP Network Annual Conference
A talk from the CEEP Network.
A brief description of HeartEdge.
What can guide us, capturing the positives of commerce as well as its problems?
Part of a programme of seminars and panel discussions introducing the HeartEdge ethos and its mission model.
Receiving God’s gifts: recognising assets & abundance.
Entrepreneurial impacts for churches. Sharing experiences of enterprise through stories and tips from practitioners.
The first in a series of three workshops exploring the potential of the church and people of faith to be agents of healing in our post pandemic world.
What are the issues and challenges facing the Anglican Churches in Britain and Ireland?
This webinar will explore ways in which all churches can get involved in housing need locally and the theological basis for doing so.
A fresh start for families in Britain in debt by Covid-19.
Explore a participatory project making hundreds of tiny, gilded boats that people have sent by post as tokens of love, gratitude and solidarity to family and friends around the world.
First online project to introduce visitors to the entirety of Christian Scripture in the company of art and artists
Engaging artists with parishes and congregations to explore art in the context of the Church calendar.
Exploring the way in which the Stations of the Cross speak into issues of injustice.
How do we return to Church buildings and not abandon online communities.
Explore the reality, challenge and opportunity for discipleship across church and community.
A DIY guide to spirituality in the city.
Taking Responsibility for Addressing White Privilege.
Conversation with Revd Dr Sam Wells and Dr Jonathan Tran.
Conversation No. 12 with Sam Wells and Maggi Dawn.
In this video Sam discusses how to improvise on the kingdom with Walter Brueggemann.
Sam Wells and Sarah Coakley in conversation to discuss how to improvise on the kingdom.