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The Apostle Paul’s Lockdown Ministry 

In this webinar, we explored how Paul responded to what we imagine as his self-isolation following conversion; to imprisonment and to house arrest. How did he adapt his ministry in these circumstances and continue to preach the kingdom ‘boldly and without hindrance’ whilst constrained? And what does it mean for us as we adapt our own ministry to a lockdown that maybe easing but under which there are still many restrictions? Andrew Clarke from the Baptist Union of Scotland and Simon Jones from Spurgeon’s College, both scholars of Paul’s work, were in conversation.

 
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Wednesday 14 July 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Sally Nelson, Mike Peat and Andy Goodliff about the wealth of learning resources written by Baptists for Baptists in various regular publications including the Baptist Ministers' Journal.
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Wednesday 16 June 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Andy Glover, Amy Wearing and Pete Everitt about their vision for the Fresh Streams network that seeks to equip ministers and leadership teams for Spirit-led ministry and mission.
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Wednesday 12 May 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Mary Taylor, Alisdair Longwill and Nike Adebajo about learning communities and huddles as a form of discipleship, accountability and leadership development.
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Wednesday 14 April 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Colin Norris and Sarah Crane about the Order for Baptist Ministry and how it can help our CMD.
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Wednesday 17 March 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Simon Barrington about how we may prepare ourselves and our churches and missional communities for recovery from restrictions and deprivations that have come with the pandemic.
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Wednesday 10 February 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Sue Clements-Jewery, experienced pastoral supervisor, about the fast growing trend among Christian denominations to offer pastoral supervision to their ministers.
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