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Cris Rogers , church leader at All Hallows Bow has just posted this on his Facebook page.



After concluding my Doctor of Ministry program with Asbury, I wanted to share with you some of the overall findings from my research project, as they may be of interest and relevance. (To some).

The research highlighted several areas of concern regarding working-class leadership and the church. One of the major areas I focused on was the discernment and training needs of the working-class community. The findings shed light on the unique challenges and opportunities present in this demographic, and how we, as the church, can better equip and empower working-class leaders.

To make these findings accessible, I have prepared an abridged version, which is now available on the Urban Mission UK website (https://urbanmission.uk). This resource includes both written content and video materials, designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the research outcomes.

The empowerment of working-class leaders within the church is a critical one, and I believe these findings can contribute to addressing this important issue. I encourage you to explore the resources on the website and reach out to me if you have any questions or would like to engage in further dialogue.

Thank you for your time

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