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What happens when you turn off church and turn it back on again? That's the question we put to church leaders to find out what their priorities were following the coronavirus lockdown, what is evolving in their church and what worship and discipleship might look like as we delve into church online.

ctl-alt-del/church Stewart Cutler

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What happens when you turn off church and turn it back on again? That's the question we put to church leaders to find out what their priorities were following the coronavirus lockdown, what is evolving in their church and what worship and discipleship might look like as we delve into church online.

    Martin Johnstone

    Martin Johnstone

    Stewart talks to Martin Johnstone about his ministry on the edge and how that passion for those who are so often excluded and marginalised has led him to work with The Trussell Trust, Christian Aid and The Poverties Truth Commission as well as some unexpected roles in the administration of the Church of Scotland.  

    https://attheedge.co.uk


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    Paul Middleton

    Paul Middleton

    Professor Paul Middleton of Chester University speaks to Kenny and Stewart about important stuff like his interest in early church martyrs, complaining about sermons on Facebook and getting a latte after church in episode 16 of ctl-alt-del/church.


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    Iain Campbell

    Iain Campbell

    On the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide artist Iain Campbell shares his journey to Srebrenica to learn about the genocide that happened there 25 years ago and to meet those who have been campaigning for justice ever since.  Iain also shares his experience of being artist in residence at St George's Tron church in the middle of Buchanan Street in Glasgow where he painted the stories of the Gospel of Luke and how art can help us explore and learn.  

    https://www.idcampbell.com   

    https://www.srebrenica.org.uk/tag/scotland/


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    Scott McCarthy

    Scott McCarthy

    Scott McCarthy, minister of Garthamlock and Cragend Parish church in Glasgow's East End talks to Kenny and Stewart about Asset Based Community Development, empowering people through Bible study and avoids talking about his love of Dundee United. 

    https://www.gacpc.org 

    https://www.facebook.com/GACECHURCH/


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    Bex Lewis

    Bex Lewis

    Stewart speaks to Dr Bex Lewis about being stuck in New Zealand, living with cancer and being a Christian online.  



    From her website https://drbexl.co.uk: Sussex-born Bex has a background as a cultural communications historian and digital practitioner, with a PhD in Second World War posters, in which she wrote the history of Keep Calm and Carry On (before it was famous). She is a ‘digital resident’, geographically based at Manchester Metropolitan University, where she is Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing, with a particular focus upon the third sector, and is an Associate Member of the Institute of Place Management. She is a Visiting Research Fellow at St John’s College, Durham University. As the Director of Digital Fingerprint she is a speaker, writer and facilitator, including the workshop ‘Social Media for the Scared’, and is author of the popular Raising Children in a Digital Age (2014), which has been translated into Chinese and Italian. She is working her way towards being Professor of Communications and Digital Culture.


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    Graeme McMeekin

    Graeme McMeekin

    Episode 12 features Graeme McMeekin, head of Tearfund's work in Scotland. Graeme talks to Kenny and Stewart about how coronavirus has affected the poorest communities in the world and what part we can play in making a difference.

    Graeme McMeekin is the head of Tearfund's activities in Scotland. Tearfund is a christian international development agency and Graeme shares with us his work...

    Tearfund.org

    Tearfund.org/give

    tearfund.org/theclimb


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    • 1 hr 4 min

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