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The Leadership Journey Podcast

The Leadership Journey Podcast

Author: Dr Alan Wilson

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A series of interviews with leaders, for leaders, exploring the ups and downs of a leadership journey.
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Ian Coffey is Vice Principal for strategy and leader of the leadership development programme at Moorlands College in Dorset. Ian has a wide range of leadership experience, including time spent as an evangelist and as a pastor, both in England and in France – just across the border from Geneva (he and I overlapped in … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: Ian Coffey →
My guest on this week’s podcast is Simon Barrington. Simon is the founder of Forge Leadership Consultancy, having previously served in leadership roles with BT and Samaritan’s Purse. He is the author (with Rachel Luetchford) of Leading the Millennial Way. The book reports on a significant research project that surveyed some 500 millennial (born between … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: Simon Barrington →
My guest today on the podcast is Dave Burke. Dave lives in Sunderland where he provides mental health first aid training (see his website for more on this). Previously Dave has helped lead several churches in various parts of England, including Leicester and his native Sunderland. In our conversation Dave traces the various stages of … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: Dave Burke →
This week I am speaking with David Bruce, the current Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland (PCI). David is also secretary to the Council for Mission in Ireland with the PCI. We talk a little about how the Presbyterian Church is emerging from lockdown and what some of the lessons might be for the … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: David Bruce →
‘For reasons both ancient and new, the church today has an insatiable appetite for the study of church leadership. A vast avalanche of books, seminars, videos, and web sites has swept over the landscape in response to that appetite. Some of it is good and helpful, but overall much of it is very weak or … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: Understanding Christian Leadership, with Ian Parkinson →
My guest in the final part of this mini-series on the Church and Covid-19 is Gemma Brown. Gemma is Communications Officer for Tearfund Northern Ireland. In this episode of the podcast, she talks to me about Tearfund’s global response to Covid-19. Here are some useful links it you’d like to follow up what you hear … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – Gemma Brown →
Eddie Arthur has been involved in mission for some thirty-five years. This has included time spent as a Bible translator in Ivory Coast, and several years as the UK director for Wycliffe Bible Translators. Recently he has completed his PhD, in which he explored the extent to which the practice of mission agencies corresponds to … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – Eddie Arthur →
In today’s episode of the podcast I’m speaking with Bill Foye. Bill is pastor of Hope Church in Hillsborough. As we talk about ministry during the pandemic, Bill shares a couple of essential (in the truest sense of that word) questions for churches and leaders to ask themselves at a time when normal activities have … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – Bill Foye →
The guest on today’s episode of this series of podcasts, discussing ministry during the pandemic, is John Ervine. John is pastor of Cornerstone Church in Rathfriland. John led a church plant there 6 years ago (this month is their 6th anniversary) and the church has grown from small beginnings to be a gathering of some … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – John Ervine →
Ben Walker is minister of Saintfield Road Presbyterian Church in South Belfast. He joins me in this episode to talk about some of the ways he and the church have been adapting their ministry during the pandemic. There are some interesting ideas on preaching, plus, this challenging statement: Don’t just do something, sit there!
My guest on today’s episode of the podcast is Simon Genoe: Simon is rector of Magheralin and Dollingstown Parish Church, between Moira and Lurgan. Like my ancestors, he’s from County Monaghan and worked in Lisburn Cathedral before taking up his current post. As well as serving in parish ministry, Simon is one of the leaders … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – Simon Genoe →
This week continues the series of podcasts talking about ministry in the context of the pandemic. Today’s is Stevie Walls. Stevie is deputy head in a Belfast primary school and is an elder in Castlereagh Gospel Hall, on the edge of East Belfast. Remember that you can can catch up with previous episodes on this … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – Stevie Walls →
My guest on this episode of the podcast is Ken Clarke. Ken is a well known and highly respected leader who has served the Church in various roles for several decades. The focus of our conversation is a little different from other podcasts in this series that have focussed on what’s happening across a number … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19: Ken Clarke →
Today my guest on the podcast is Lesley-Ann Wilson. Lesley-Ann is minister of Ballycrochan Presbyterian Church in Bangor. As well as having the same surname, we also trace our roots back to the same great-grandfather from Glaslough, County Monaghan. In this conversation Lesley-Ann talks about the challenges of ‘technology fatigue’ and challenges leaders to leave … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – Lesley-Ann Wilson →
This is the fourth in a series of conversations with a number of church leaders around the subject of ministry and the current global pandemic. In this episode I’m talking with James Petticrew, pastor of Westlake Church in Nyon, Switzerland (the church which I pastored for 17 years). The plan is to post a couple … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19 – James Petticrew →
The guest on this week’s Thursday podcast is Andrew Roycroft. For the past 10 years Andrew has been pastor of the Baptist church in Millisle on the County Down Coast. If you would like to keep track with their regular ministry, you can follow them on Facebook. You can also follow Andrew on Twitter (@AndrewTRoycroft). … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19: Andrew Roycroft →
In the second part of the series of conversations on church ministry in the context of the global pandemic, my guest is Phil Emerson: Phil is lead pastor of Emmanuel Church in Lurgan. If you would like to hear more about Phil’s story and the story of Emmanuel Church, he was a guest on the … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19: Phil Emerson →
Over the next few weeks the podcast will host several conversations with local church leaders that will explore some of the ways their ministry has had to adapt owing to the current pandemic. There will be contributions from a range of leaders from a number of different church backgrounds. As well as reflecting on some … Continue reading The Church and Covid-19: Jonny Pollock →
In this episode I am joined by my wife, Pauline, for a conversation with David and Shona Murray, authors of the books Reset and Refresh. David is Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Shona is a medical doctor. During our conversation they talk about the … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: David and Shona Murray →
Surviving and thriving in Christian leadership. What are the self-care practices and support strategies that leaders serving in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland have found helpful for sustaining health, wholeness and leadership in the context of the stresses of ministry? This week’s guest on the podcast is Paul Bowman. Paul has been involved in youth … Continue reading The Leadership Journey Podcast: Paul Bowman →
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