2gether NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to welcome a second new non-executive director to the Trust board.
Duncan Sutherland, who lives just outside Hereford, brings with him years’ of experience as a non-executive director of a number of public companies. Duncan was non-executive director of the British Waterways Board for eight years before stepping down.
He is also a director of Sigma, a specialist regeneration company, working with local authorities. Duncan said the role with the Trust appealed to him because it would allow him to draw on his previous experience, while being involved with a local organisation. Duncan is looking forward to finding out more about the services the Trust offers and how it operates. The Triangle of Care, which is run by the Carers Trust, brings carers, service users and professionals closer together to jointly promote the recovery of people with mental health conditions. The Trust was accepted as a member of the scheme in April 2015 and has now successfully achieved its first gold star. Secondary school children in Gloucestershire have been challenged to create a radio advert to be played during Dementia Awareness Week.
The challenge was set by the Gloucestershire Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Network for Dementia, a multi-agency organisation which works to improve access to memory assessment and community dementia services for people from BME communities. The pupils were asked to design a radio advert, lasting up to 40 seconds, targeting people in Gloucestershire, particularly those who are worried about their memory or someone else’s memory. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce that it has appointed a new non-executive director, Marcia Gallagher. Marcia brings with her 40 years’ NHS service and her experience both as a qualified accountant and the holder of a number of senior functioning roles in the NHS. Marcia, who lives in Lydbrook, in the Forest of Dean, worked in both commissioner and provider organisations in Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and the West Midlands. Marcia has had both a professional and personal involvement with mental health services, something that has helped drive her decision to become involved with 2gether.
Throughout her career she has undertaken a variety of voluntary work, something she has continued into retirement with her work with the Royal Voluntary Service. She is keen to use the skills she has developed during her career in her role as non-executive director and Chair of the Audit Committee for the Trust.
Marcia recognises the challenges that the Trust faces going forward and feels her experience will be valuable in guiding the Trust through this. A new base for the teams who treat and support people with mental illnesses, learning disabilities, dementia and related conditions has opened in the Forest of Dean. The teams in the Forest have, in the past year, provided an average of more than 1,260 appointments each month.
People who access 2gether’s services are generally referred by their GP or other health professionals, however certain services can be accessed directly.
Let’s Talk, which can be contacted on 0800 073 2200 by anyone experiencing conditions such as stress, anxiety and depression. Managing Memory, which can be contacted on 0800 694 8800 by anyone worried about memory, people with dementia and carers of people with dementia.
As part of the South West Region Mental Health Transport Review, Gloucestershire County Council is seeking the views of people who have been transported under the Mental Heath Act (MHA). 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and Gloucestershire Young Carers have launched a Triangle of Care for young carers. The Triangle of Care is a national scheme, introduced by the Carers' Trust, which brings together carers, service users and professionals.
Young carer Kira, aged 18, said she was very pleased young carers had their own Triangle of Care. People in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire are being asked for their views on local NHS mental health community services.
The survey for 2gether NHS Foundation Trust (2gether) is part of the national programme led by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is being carried out by Quality Health, an independent research organisation.
The independent annual survey is an important way for the Trust to seek the views of people in their care.
It seeks to find out what service users think about different aspects of the care they receive from the Trust. The survey is used alongside a number of measures of Trust performance of patient and carer experience. The survey is sent out to a random selection of service users and is used by the Department of Health, the Care Quality Commission, local Commissioners and others to assess how well the Trust is meeting the needs of patients.
Taster sessions are being held in the Forest of Dean for anyone interested in signing up for courses with the Severn and Wye Recovery College.
The Severn and Wye Recovery College is provided by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust with other partners. NHS clinical staff and social care professionals in Gloucestershire are teaming up to improve the way they share patient information. Joining Up Your Information is a project led by family doctors, hospitals, community and mental health trusts and Gloucestershire County Council. Historically, different NHS and social care organisations have developed a range of specialised electronic systems to store patient records. The new system will only be accessed by authorised clinical staff and social care professionals through their existing record systems. The project team will shortly be sending a letter and information leaflet to every patient aged 16 and over registered with a Gloucestershire GP practice. These will explain the benefits of better information sharing and the importance of more joined up care across the NHS and social care sectors.
2gether NHS Foundation Trust has been using Gloucestershire’s museums to provide a different environment for art psychotherapy sessions for people experiencing mental health issues.
The groups have been run by Art Psychotherapists from the trust’s Complex Psychological Interventions teams, and are an innovative approach to art psychotherapy for adults with severe and enduring mental illness. One group, catering for 18-25-year-olds, has recently finished running at Gloucester City Museum, while another, for adults of all ages, has got underway at The Museum in the Park, Stroud. Overall, participants in the Gloucester City Museums group felt a significant decrease in the severity of problems they experienced and an increase in their self-esteem. The hard work and dedication of mental health and social care staff from all across 2gether NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised at an annual awards ceremony. The ninth Recognising Outstanding Service and Contribution Awards (ROSCAs) took place at Hatherley Manor Hotel, near Gloucester, this evening (26 February).
About 140 staff, volunteers, service users and carers from across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire attended and awards were presented in 10 categories.
In addition, long service awards were presented to staff who have given either 20 or 30 years’ dedication to the NHS. The ROSCAs judging panel consisted of service users, trust governors, trade unions and sponsors. Mary Keating, Dementia Education Community and Service Development Lead, Charlton Lane, Cheltenham.
A nurse from Gloucestershire has created and written a play about dementia which is being performed at a Tewkesbury theatre next month. Mary Keating, Community and Service Development Lead, Dementia and Education Training Team, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, has dedicated much of her career to working with older people, particularly those with dementia. The play tells the story of Al, a 70-year-old gentleman who receive a diagnosis of dementia. The children from Tewkesbury School have been encouraged to be innovative and creative with the script, under the supervision of Miss Nicola Rope and Mr James Anthlett, Head of Drama, where they have been able to produce a remarkable piece of work. The play has been sponsored by the Barnwood Trust, Severn Vale Housing, Gloucestershire CCG , and Gloucestershire County Council.
Mary has worked for the mental  health services in Gloucester for more than 27 years, predominantly working with older people and, in particular, people with dementia.
Please note, the play is not suitable for children under 12 years’ old and, due to the nature of one or two scenes, may not be suitable for people who have been diagnosed with dementia. A record number of nominations have been received for 2gether’s latest Recognising Outstanding Service and Contribution Awards (ROSCAs).
More than 200 nominations were received for the annual awards, which recognise the dedication of the staff and volunteers who work in mental and social healthcare across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. A judging panel, consisting of service users, carers, public governors, trust management, sponsors and staff representatives, faced the difficult challenge of whittling the list down to a shortlist of just three nominations for each category. The nominees will be honoured at an awards ceremony on Friday 26 February, alongside their colleagues who have achieved 20 or 30 years’ NHS service. The 2015 ROSCAs are being sponsored by Alpha Colour Printers, West of England Academic Health Science Network (WEAHSN), Midcounties Co-operative and Gloucestershire Young Carers.
A new mental health awareness scenario has been added to the courses on offer at SkillZONE, Gloucestershire’s safety education centre. This week is Children’s Mental Health Week, so 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and SkillZONE are pleased to be able to launch this module for young people across Gloucestershire, to raise awareness of positive mental health and wellbeing. SkillZONE, in Tuffley Lane, Gloucester, is a state-of-the-art life-size village, which provides a fully interactive learning environment to teach people of all ages how to recognise dangerous situations and stay safe.
Kathryn Charlesworth, a social inclusion development worker with 2gether, has been involved in putting the new scenario together.
The scenario, which is optional for schools visiting SkillZONE, looks at each of the five ways of well-being and uses an activity to raise awareness of them.
Teachers can then continue the activities back at their schools, thanks to a special resources box created by Kathryn and her team. Two Recovery Inpatient Units in Cheltenham have been recognised for the high standards of care they provide. The Laurel House and Honeybourne Recovery Inpatient Units are run by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and are used by adults with a serious mental illness, predominantly psychosis.
Helen Elliott, matron for both units, said she was extremely pleased with the results of the assessment.
The units, which are both situated in Swindon Road, aim to work with service users to help them establish the best possible quality of life and enable them to live as independently as their individual abilities allow.
The application for AIMS accreditation includes service users and family carers checking progress against a number of care and organisational standards.
AIMS was set up by the Royal College of Psychiatrists to identify and acknowledge services with high standards of organisation and care, and with a view to helping other healthcare providers to achieve these standards.
A range of free courses to support people who are dealing with anxiety, stress and depression are being offered throughout Herefordshire. Let’s Talk is an Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service and is part of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust. The courses run for four to eight weeks, are run by friendly and professional staff, and are open to anyone who wishes to use them. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging people across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire to speak openly about mental health. The Trust is supporting national Time to Talk Day on Thursday 4 February, which aims to encourage people all over the country to take five minutes to have a conversation about mental health. The conversations can take place anywhere and with anyone, such as with friends, family, work colleagues, fellow students, and in workplaces, schools, colleges, in the community and even online. Dominika Lipska-Rosecka, Social Inclusion Team Manager with 2gether, explained why the trust is supporting Time To Talk. Events will be taking place across the UK to mark the day and the trust is supporting several in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
Cheltenham Borough Council Community Engagement team is holding Time to Talk sessions, supported by the Trust, at two of their Cheltenham Our Place hubs.
We’ll also be assisting with stands set up by Stroud District Council and Gloucestershire County Council for their employees. We’ll be facilitating a workshop for Cheltenham Borough Council employees on tackling stigma, as well as supporting them in holding a tea and talk event for their staff. The Care Quality Commission has today published its report detailing the findings of the Comprehensive Inspection of our services, which took place in late October last year. The event is being organised by the Governors of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and takes place on national Time to Talk Day, which is Thursday, 4 February.
Gloucestershire College, in Llanthony Road, Gloucester, will be hosting the event, which runs from 5pm to 7.30pm. Visitors will be able to find out more about the services provided locally by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and its partner agencies, and information about how to access them. As well as being able to ask questions about the Trust’s work, there will be an opportunity to make suggestions about how the Trust can support the mental health and well-being of young people in the local area. Secondary school children in Gloucestershire are being challenged to create a radio advert to be played during Dementia Awareness Week.
The challenge has been set by the Gloucestershire Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Network for Dementia, a multi-agency organisation which works to improve access to memory assessment and community dementia services for people from BME communities.


The pupils are being asked to design a radio advert, lasting up to 40 seconds, targeting people in Gloucestershire, particularly those who are worried about their memory or someone else’s memory. The winning advert will be played on Gloucester FM, on 96.6 FM, during Dementia Awareness Week, which runs from 15-21 May.
Kathy Holmes, the Engagement and Involvement Lead for Managing Memory 2gether, part of the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, has been involved in setting the challenge. The closing date for entries to the competition is Thursday 17 March and it is open to pupils from all Gloucestershire secondary schools. Papers for the meeting can be requested by contacting Anna Hilditch, Assistant Trust Secretary on 01452 894165. Experts are encouraging everyone to safeguard their mental health and wellbeing this Christmas.
People with learning disabilities in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire are being encouraged to get their flu vaccination if they’ve been contacted by their GP.
The vaccination is free to anyone that needs it and is available at local GP surgeries and at some pharmacists.
More than 50 volunteers are registered with 2gether, and they work to enhance and improve the services the Trust provides. To express an interest in volunteering with the Trust, please contact the Social Inclusion Team on 01452 894200. The Severn & Wye Recovery College provides free courses across Gloucestershire at a variety of venues, and is open to anyone who has recently been treated or is being treated by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust for a mental health condition. Taster days for forthcoming courses are being held in Hester’s Way, Cheltenham on December 7 and 14. Patrick Senior, Staff Side Chair and Shaun Clee, Chief Executive have signed the Talent for Care and Widening Participation Partnership Pledge at this month’s JNCC meeting. Rodborough Parish Council has become the latest organisation to join a Gloucestershire-wide campaign to tackle stigma and discrimination experienced by people with mental health conditions. The event was part of an ongoing programme of sessions with businesses and organisations across Gloucestershire, aimed at explaining the prevalence of mental health problems and how help and support is provided. Kathryn Charlesworth, of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, met the council alongside Dan Beale-Cox, who is co-chair of the countywide Tackling Stigma group.
To read more about the Tackling Stigma campaign and find out which other organisations are involved, click here. If you are experiencing a mental health issue, or you have concerns about someone who is, please speak to your GP. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent health and adult social care regulator in England.
Local health and care staff are the first to step up and have their flu jabs in order to stay well this winter and protect their patients and loved ones from the virus.
They have also joined forces this year to urge at risk groups and frontline health and care colleagues to take up the free flu vaccination and stay well this winter. Each winter hundreds of thousands of people across the country see their GP and tens of thousands are hospitalised because of influenza (flu), which could be prevented by having the flu vaccine once a year.
This year’s Herefordshire flu vaccination campaign has been launched jointly by Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (HCCG), Wye Valley NHS Trust (WVT), Public Health, Herefordshire Council, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, and West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS), as part of the national seasonal flu vaccination campaign. Around 1000 front line staff from HCCG, WVT, Public Health, Herefordshire Council, 2gether and WMAS, so far have had or have booked their flu vaccination this year to help to protect patients and service users.
For most healthy people, flu is an unpleasant but usually self-limiting disease with recovery taking up to a week. Well You saw them comment on them and make sure to not end up like those horrible bases :D!! Last time we checked in Russell Godward was out searching for houses of peace in Gisambi, Kenya. If you want your Mondays to be different maybe we could come and train with you, your church or a group of churches in your town? I got comfortable and settled in to switch off and watch a movie before the busy two weeks ahead and noticed an older Asian man sitting next to me.
Part way though the flight (at and my movie!) the gentleman next to me tapped me on the shoulder. I talked about how in the Koran it says Jesus was sinless, born of a virgin and did miracles.
So, there, at 30,000 feet we prayed and Salim from Sri Lanka asked Jesus to forgive his sins and said he wanted to follow Him.
Please pray that the seed that has been planted in Salim’s heart will grow and that he will become a strong follower of Christ.
David Broodryk talks to Steve Addison about the place of groups, gatherings and teams in pioneering movements in urban environments. God assumed from the beginning that the wise of the world would view Christians as fools…and He has not been disappointed.
But if influence reduces merely to terms of human flourishing and the Common Good, we are not preaching the gospel. According to Pew Research, among Christians women are more religious than men, but among Muslims women are rarely more religious than men. The poll, published in the liberal daily L’Unita, challenges long-held perceptions that Italy is a ”Catholic” country, despite the popularity of Pope Francis and the historic role of the Vatican City State in the heart of Rome. Of the 1,500 respondents, 4 percent said they were Orthodox or Protestant, 2 percent were Buddhist, 1 percent were Jewish and 1 percent were Muslim. A surprising 20 percent said they were atheist, while 8 percent said they were religiously unaffiliated.
Italy has witnessed a weakening of religious faith over the past 20 years and a growing trend toward personal spiritual inquiry.
Over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group, but Islam will grow faster than any other major religion, mostly because Muslims are younger and have more children than any other religious group globally.
Its ancient cities are cradles of Christian art and learning, and Catholicism is in many ways the country’s raison d’etre.
But Belgium’s devout heritage has been traded for secularism and Islam has stepped into the void.
Among all respondents, levels of active adherence to Catholicism seemed to diminish dramatically with age, while the practice of Islam increased correspondingly.
The percentage of avowedly “practising Catholics” far exceeds the numbers who actually turn up at mass, as any cleric will confirm. Chuck Wood discusses what it takes to move beyond making disciples to multiplying churches.
When Jesus announced the arrival of the kingdom of God, he was announcing the beginning of the end times.
Somehow people think that because the kingdom has arrived in the person of Jesus, his death and resurrection, the world will be transformed in this age. The one thing he did promise was that repentance for the forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem (Luke 24:47). This month Mission Frontiers magazine published an extract from book on Pioneering Movements. The Jim Muir’s extensive report on the rise of ISIS and why it’s not going away anytime soon. Articles by Jeff Sundell, Nathan Shank, Troy Cooper, Stan Parks, David Watson, Fred Campbell and some bloke called Steve Addison. UPDATE: you can download the whole edition free, but some of the articles online are web only. Convictions: They were motivated by inner convictions that compelled them to share the gospel. Experiences: They saw God at work — people coming to faith, or the experience of the Holy Spirit in sharing.
My last question to Ray Vaughn was on how God prepared him for the challenge of reaching a city of 6.5 million. I can feel rather overwhelmed with a city that’s a large as Houston but I think what’s prepared me is being in Columbia being in a smaller realm and in all honesty the thing that’s prepared me the most is failing. The reality of learning to persevere through churches that get started and then flop, learning to persevere through teams that feel like are forming and then they don’t, learning to persevere through being in a city and feeling like you’re the only person who really wants this (even though you’re not but you just haven’t met those people yet) learning to persevere through loneliness, through I have no idea what to do next or through getting to 2nd generation church and then it all flops, or to 3rd generation and wondering how do we get to 4th or 5th generation church?
Learning to persevere has helped me to realize it comes with the territory of trying to get to movement and no place left.
So we start training at Sugar Creek, we meet this guy named Otis, he’s maybe in his 50s, really sweet African-American guy with a real good heart for the Lord but has been in the church for about thirty years. I’m training at Woods’ Edge and all of a sudden this young guy comes out of the training, Angelo and his wife Brianna.
So you get this general type, the ones God’s already got…now we’re giving Angelo lots of time, even outside of training, because it’s not classroom, it’s relationship. Woods Edge Community Church recently is getting on board where they’ve already learned a lot of these tools, with multiple trainings at their church, but now since we’ve come alongside them we’ve been able to capture more progress and help them go through more consistency of training. Then we have some through this ministry called Hip Hop Hope through Guy Caskey and his network, it’s been a great connection working with Guy and pre-existing leaders in other networks.
Most weeks in Houston there’s a church somewhere training their people and going out into the harvest. Between 2012 and 2014, the proportion of Britons identifying themselves as Anglican dropped from 21% to 17%–a fall of about 1.7 million people.
Previously the church hoped to turn the decline around within five years. Now it’s 30 years — at least. The Church of England is facing at least another 30 years of decline according to internal projections revealed for the first time. Even if it sees an influx of young people to services, the sheer numbers of older worshippers dying in the next few decades mean it is unlikely to see any overall growth in attendances until the middle of this century, officials now believe. The stark calculations were revealed during discussions at the Church’s decision-making General Synod, which has been meeting in London, about ambitious plans to tackle declining numbers. It is preparing to pump ?72 million into a “reform and renewal” drive which includes plans to ordain 6,000 more clergy in the 2020s to build a younger priesthood which is less male dominated and less white. So approaching the year 2050, after generations of decline, the Anglican church will somehow spring back to life. That was my first question to Ray Vaughn, a movement pioneer just after congratulating him on marrying Sara (photo).
So for these next one and a half years, we’re really going to be just training, training, training any person that we can, just to get them into the harvest in a particular area, sharing the gospel, to where that becomes the norm for the culture here, as well as not just sharing the gospel and getting them to Fields 1 and 2 (connecting and sharing the gospel), but then Field 3—discipling them in their homes, in their workplaces or coffee shops or wherever it is and then, of course, forming churches around those people.
So that’s the clarity that’s in my head as far as how we’re attacking the city of Houston right now.
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He is currently a non-executive director for High Speed 2, in a role focusing on economic growth, regeneration and property. 2gether looked like a really good Trust and had an excellent reputation, which was a big attraction. We have recently launched the Triangle of Care scheme for young carers and we will now be working to embed the principles of the scheme across our community teams, with the aim of achieving our next star as soon as possible. We hope that it demonstrates to our service users, families and communities, that we hold carers and the role that they play in the highest regard. We would not be in this position if colleagues across the Trust had not got behind the scheme so wholeheartedly.
It aims to promote safety and recovery for people with mental health issues, and encourage their wellbeing by including and supporting their carers. These include feedback provided to our local Patient Liaison Services (PALS), the Trust’s Service Experience Team and local surveys that can be undertaken around the Trust sites and within the community. Anyone interested in finding out more can attend the sessions at the Belle Vue Centre, in Cinderford, on April 18 and 25 from 2 to 4.30pm. The courses offered teach participants about mental health conditions, treatments, the best ingredients for recovery, and how to plan for the future. Students should either be a current 2gether service user or should have recently been discharged from 2gether services. It will make an agreed set of information from each organisation immediately available to health and care professionals from other local organisations using a secure, electronic system. This means important information held in one part of the health and social care system might not be readily available to doctors, nurses and other health and social care professionals in others.
NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group helped fund the Gloucester group through their Cultural Commissioning programme.


We work with the exhibits and objects within the museum, as well as art-making, using them as a stimulus for self-exploration, to enable people to reflect on their feelings and experiences. Following this, it then explores how he adjusts and changes as he grapples with dementia, and how his relationships with family, friends and his community are severely tested. As well as raising awareness of dementia and tackling the discrimination against people within our communities who have dementia, the play can also be used as an educational resource.
She has been relentless in her work to improve the quality of life for people with dementia.
Accreditation is only granted following a visit from Royal College of Psychiatrist assessors, who check current practice within the Unit. The courses provide education on topics related to stress, anxiety and depression, and cover practical techniques and tips to help people learn to manage their mood. 2gether is holding a number of events in the two counties to provide support, information and encouragement for those who want to start a conversation. The table below details the rating that the CQC has given each of these 10 service areas across each of the five domains. We are able to deliver this level of service due to our talented, skilled, committed and caring staff as well as the collaboration and support of our commissioners and partners.
Don’t take on every responsibility, such as shopping, cooking and coordinating engagements just because you always do.
List making is an age old tactic, but it really works, and don’t leave everything until the last minute. Alcohol can make you act in a way you might regret, and it can also have a depressive affect. Gifts are not the most important part of Christmas and you may be storing up problems for the future if you get yourself into debt.
If the family is getting too much, take a break, a spot of meditation or a walk in fresh air will help.
Loneliness can be a particular issue over Christmas, so try and make sure no one spends the whole time without visitors or company. A good sleep pattern can help you maintain good mental health and make you feel more alert and able to cope better with stress. Paul Winterbottom is a Consultant Psychiatrist (Learning Disabilities) and Medical Director at 2gether NHS Foundation Trust.
If you care for someone with learning disabilities, please remind them to get the free flu jab”. They also help in a variety of ways, including sitting on interview panels when staff are being recruited, advising on trust policies, helping to provide staff training, and participating in focus groups to provide feedback on important issues the Trust is working on, including its long term strategies. The college is also open to carers and family members who wish to learn more about mental illness and how to support an individual with their recovery.
Working with our staff side representatives, the pledge emphasises our continued commitment to provide opportunities for support colleagues to learn on the job, develop their skills and advance their careers”.
At the same time we learnt how effective it can be to take simple measures to tackle stigma and discrimination wherever it is encountered. However, people in at risk groups are at particular risk from the more serious effects of flu. The nasal spray is a quick, easy and painless way to help prevent pre-school age children catching flu and the vaccine also helps to reduce the spread of flu to those who are more vulnerable. We pray together as a young 19 year old guy turns his life over to following Jesus, and we make plans to start meeting to disciple him! Broken people are not put back together overnight, but why would you want to do anything else? The Spirit stirred him, then a slow realisation showed on his face and he acknowledged that Jesus must be greater. Salim’s son-in-law in Sri Lanka is a Christian and when he returns to Sri Lanka he is looking forward to talking with him. A flourishing culture that likes the trappings and benefits of Christianity, but not its kernel, isn’t biblical Christianity.
Here’s the inspiring story of how disciple making movements are spreading in the prison system. Of those, some said they believed in destiny, horoscopes, reincarnation, Tarot readings and miracle cures.
All other faiths, except Islam, have plateaued or are declining in their percentage share of the world’s growing population. When it was created in 1830, the kingdom offered a political home to Catholic Dutch-speakers who preferred to unite with French-speaking co-religionists than with Protestants with whom they had a common tongue. Among respondents in the city, practising Catholics amounted to 12% and non-practising ones to 28%.
Thus among respondents aged 55 and over, practising Catholics amounted to 30% and practising Muslims to less than 1%; but among those aged between 18 and 34, active adherence to Islam (14%) exceeded the practice of Catholicism (12%). You’ve got to help people build in support structures and patterns that sustain obedience to the Great Commission.
Learning to persevere through hardships with pastors that don’t share your view on church or leadership or baptism. By embracing that role and vision and call I need to expect and say yes all these other hardships. We trained about who to share with and what to say, with lots of repetitions and practicing the 3Circles gospel presentation. They come to me and say hey, we already have a group in our home, in fact when we moved into this complex we knocked on every door. We want to make sure Angelo really gets it, and he’s got it so we’re giving him and his wife a lot more time.
Turn local churches into training and centres that mobilise ordinary believers to do extraordinary things.
One is with Sugar Creek Baptist Church where we got started, and now there’s a team that got raised up there in Sugar Creek that’s doing all the training every month. They’ve committed to the third Saturday of every month and are also giving us some short term missions into Houston that are tied to the training.
They’ve tightened up some of their Lesson 1 and they’ve seen lots of generations and some fruit.
What that means is I could take my team of full-timers and just plug into an apartment complex and say, “OK, let’s go sharing, let’s try and start groups and churches and see how we can get those to multiply and increase,” but then that just makes me a team leader. We’re training existing networks, existing churches, pre-existing believers and of course we’re also simultaneously in the harvest every day, sharing, looking for people of peace that are brand new. This item may be a floor model or an item that has been returned to the seller after a period of use.
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His other non-executive director post is with the South Bank Sinfonia, which works with music graduates. Carers not only need our full support, they are also experts in their own right who should be fully integrated into the care process. We look forward to utilising her skills and experience, which will stand her in good stead as a non-executive director.
Your feedback will help us understand what changes we need to make so we can continue to improve local mental health community services”. The play attempts an honest portrayal of explaining the darker side of dementia, while at the same time using gentle humour and conveying hope.
As well as her work for the trust, she has also published articles in the UK and abroad on dementia leadership, and has spoken at conferences on specialism and leadership in dementia. We want to encourage people to talk about their condition and to feel that they can seek help when they need to. This can lead to a delay in early assessment and access to potential support and treatment options. He needs to leave, but before he does Dapo asks him if we can meet again to share some more? We begin to share more with him; we ask if he feels near or far from God and he talks a little about this. I love that the explosion of Christianity led to a revolution in human dignity; in hospitals and university.
A true gospel will be met with resistance because it overturns the accepted patterns of the world.
Some 19% were active Muslims and another 4% were of Muslim identity without practising the faith. If anything holds Belgium together through its third century of existence, Catholicism will not be the glue. David Milne (above) has done the research on the factors that influence whether a person follows through. Paul commends or validates his work as an apostle, more than any other way, through perseverance. He’s got every hour of his week mapped out, he knows exactly what he’s doing but he has no idea what process to go by, how to multiply.
Now he’s identifying that group in his home as church and putting 3Thirds into that and now they’re going out sharing every week and getting now an idea of how to multiply. We’re looking for who’s obeying so we can help them start churches and groups that are multiplying. The first one is in March, they’ll be taking them out among internationals, with lots of repetitions in the harvest, and then they’re coming back to their Saturday training.
From that they’ve taken inner city urban poor, folks coming out of prisons, and are plugging them a network of folks really going after church-planting and making disciples to 4th, 5th, 6th generation. As a team leader into one area that’ll be a good start but that’s not going to reach the city or see movement.
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I want a renaissance of high culture that produces aesthetic wonders emanating from Christianity. New Testament Christianity assumes that a follower of Christ is well acquainted with scorn (2 Tim. But if this trend continues, practitioners of Islam may soon comfortably exceed devout Catholics not just in cosmopolitan Brussels, as is the case already, but across the whole of Belgium’s southern half. Constantly he is reminding us look I’m not a false apostle because I’ve suffered through hardship, beating, shipwreck, trial, constantly I have the burden of the church. He ends up leading ten of his family members to the Lord, baptizes four out of the ten, trains them and now some of them have actually led two others to the Lord and possibly getting baptized in the next month. Now we’re guiding them more in the areas of Fields 3 and 4 (making disciples, forming churches). They have a training center maybe two times a month where they have new folks from different churches that are being trained. If I have brought any message today, it is this: Have the courage to have your wisdom regarded as stupidity. Any false apostle or somebody who’s not really called to this type of work is not going to persevere through those type of things.
They meet now in a church in their home; Otis is leading a church with that family and some of his friends every other week, and they’re committed to planting more churches. At that moment the guy changes, the bravado falls away and he visibly warms to the idea of prayer. As a result of this training we’re finding guys like this Otis and just want to release and equip them. They have teams that go out every week, sharing the gospel is starting to become part of their DNA as a church and they have members that are already training folks downstream. It’s getting dark and cold, so we head around the area to prayer walk before heading home.
He looks me in the eye and says “Yes, 2 years ago this week my older brother at age 21 committed suicide in prison.
So there on the High Street, as the cold and dark press in on us, we pray for him and his family in Jesus’ name.



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