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Lynne Cullens 14h
‘Jesus called working-class leaders with regional accents to be his first church leaders...and he’s calling the working-class into church leadership now’
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Bishop Julian and Heather are hosting a series of events in a marquee at Bishop’s House over the next few days; including events for head teachers, staff Eucharist, ordinands and a family fun day
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Rev Haigh 7h
Our amazing bishops & absolutely smashed it too. The vision of to make Jesus known and reverse church decline is so inspiring 🙌🏻
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CofE in Lancashire 19h
Blackburn Diocesan Daily Prayers - Thursday 20th June 2019 -
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CofE in Lancashire Jun 19
Watch pre-conference video in which he talks about the significance of the decision earlier this year re presence on significant estates across the country
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Together Liverpool Jun 19
Great challenge from - what would happen if we released our leaders to just do Messy church and focus on discipleship in that context (as opposed to being heavily involved in other aspects of parish life) ?
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adam atkinson Jun 19
At the and immediately inspired by interviewing and delivering a prophetic message of renewal from the marginalised places. Doing a seminar with them and - buckle up!
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Lancs_CPA Jun 19
Rev Clyde Thomas on his incredible transformation from homeless drug addict to church leader through the help of a faith charity: "Where can a bank robber sit next to a bank manager: a faith community."
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CofE in Lancashire Jun 19
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Bishop Jill Jun 19
“There are no forgotten places and no forgotten people”
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Bishop Philip Jun 19
‘Do you have any immediate needs?’ That is the politest way I have ever been asked if I need a wee.
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CofE in Lancashire Jun 19
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Ric Thorpe Jun 19
Archbishop Justin Welby speaking by video at the beginning of our church planting conference: Go for it! @ Emmanuel Centre
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St. Aidans Primary Jun 19
What a fantastic led by . Such powerful messages about how to be safe online delivered in interactive ways! Thank you!
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Keith McIntosh Jun 19
Hi to Bishop this is a great initative for Sport's Ministry at major event's like Wimbledon by - 👏👏✝️👏👏
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David Pocklington Jun 18
IICSA – Diocese of Blackburn Letter: Extracts from the letter of senior clergy in the Diocese of Blackburn, reflecting on IICSA reports on Chichester Diocese and Peter Ball, which was sent to all Clergy, Readers and Safeguarding Officers in the diocese.
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NAPAC Jun 18
Blackburn letter shows signs of progress. ‘Taking on board the idea that a member of the home team is an abuser is deeply unsettling. It is far easier to shut down the discordant thought and that is what many people will do in practice.’
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Gilo Jun 18
Replying to @CatherineCleg
The 'Blackburn Letter' stands in marked contrast to the anodyne response of the House of Bishops. It shows leadership and moral courage.
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CofE in Lancashire Jun 19
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