Posted: 01 Feb 2013 @ 00:14
A survey of self-supporting
ministers has led to progress, says Teresa
Readers who remember a
national survey of non-stipendiary clergy - NSMs, or
self-supporting ministers, SSMs - (Features, 1, 8
April 2011) might have wondered what, if anything, happened to
it afterwards. The answer is, a good deal: not least that it has
become part of a wider conversation that is generating ideas ... If you have a valid subscription to Church Times, please log inlog in to view this content. If you require a subscription, please click here.
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Game of Thrones challenges Christians to think about acting for God, argues Rachel Mann
Tue 11 Jun 13 @ 12:57WATCH says it's "very encouraged by" HoB's women bishops legislative proposals, which "are, in essence, ones that WATCH can support"
Tue 11 Jun 13 @ 11:13MA in Theology, Media & Communication starts in Sept - @pvall speaking at open day on 20 June at Uni of Chester: http://t.co/uoRGLCShs9