Since we began posting over 40 contributors – PCI staff, overseas mission personnel, ministers, the Moderator and others – have posted over 70 blogs Nepal to Kenya, on topics as diverse as discipleship and child protection, to the benefits of a good bike for refugees and asylum seekers.
In this weekly catch up, you can visit for the first time, or revisit again, some of this week's offerings.
The Wounds and the Wonder – The value of hard lessons in leadership: In his blog, David Thompson writes about leadership and highlights some of the content of a forthcoming PCI resource on ‘Valuable Leadership’. You can read David's blog here.
Getting ready: Kenny Hanna remembers the excitement and preparation of getting ready for the one and only time that he took part in Balmoral Show, Northern Ireland’s largest agricultural show. You can read Kenny's blog here.
Printed word: Presbyterian Herald editor, Sarah Harding, provides an insight into May's edition of the denomination's magazine: You can read Sarah's blog here.
Returning to Lilongwe: David and Pamela McCullagh arrived back in Lilongwe at the start of April, having spent four months at home in Northern Ireland. In her blog Pamela describes their transition back to living in Malawi. You can read Pamela's blog here.
Everyday disciples: Ministry of the pew not the few: “We need the ministry of the body of Christ, and the body of Christ needs our ministry”, writes Rick Hill in his latest blog, which looks at how we can move from the ministry of the faithful few to ministry among every pew. You can read Rick's blog here.
Easter in Kenya: Gary and Mary serve as global mission personnel in Kenya. In her blog Mary describes Easter Sunday services in their part of Kenya, and a busy month which included two special and significant events. You can read Mary's blog here.
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