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CMD Webinar - How to make ministers' meetings worthwhile

 
A common commitment among ministers to 'walk with and watch over one another' underpins the CMD framework. As we seek to practise good connection with one anther, how can we make the most of that most basic tool - ministers or cluster meetings? Anecdotally, we hear of meetings that can become competitive, or where honesty about struggles is not welcome, or where some feel excluded. What better models are there? How can make these gatherings worthwhile? Tim Fergusson talk to  three of the regional ministers from HEBA - Dave Ellis, Alison Mackay and Neil Le Tissier - about their experience of best practice. 
 
               
 
Tim Fergusson, 11/11/2020
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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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Wednesday 13 January 2021: Tim Fergusson in conversation with Paul Cheesman, Global HR Coordinator at Agape about the best way to approach a 360 degree review of our work as ministers, as recommended in the CMD handbook.
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Wednesday 9 December 2020: Tim Fergusson in conversation Helen Paynter about the best way to select reading that aids our growth and development.
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Wednesday 11 November 2020: Tim Fergusson in conversation with three of the regional ministers from HEBA, Dave Ellis, Alison Mackay and Neil Le Tissier about making the most of ministers' meetings.
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