Ask Steve Timmis

15 Nov

I need your help. On Saturday, 20th November, Welsh church planting movement New Breed are hosting a day’s conference called ‘Taking No Man’s Land.’

Speaking at the conference the conference will be none other than Acts 29 Europe director, Steve Timmis, along with New Breed founders Dai Hankey and Peyton Jones. It promises to be a belter!

I have the privilege of a 30 minute slot to sit down and interview Steve Timmis with my very own camera man. Nice.

Lights, Camera, ACTION!

What I need from you dear reader is a suggestion of questions you’d like asked. Obviously the focus will be on the content from the day, church planting and Wales. But I wouldn’t want to miss anything out so hit up the comments section and leave your suggestions! The interview will be serialised on the New Breed Blog.

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5 Responses to “Ask Steve Timmis”

  1. sammydaviesjr 15/11/2010 at 4:55 pm #

    Please don’t be afraid to be the first to answer! Much help appreciated.

  2. Larry 15/11/2010 at 7:18 pm #

    What can the UK learn from continental Europe?
    Would churches in the UK benefit from seeking to establish partnerships with churches in Europe?
    What encouragement can you give to pastors slogging their guts out in the Valleys who constantly hear people they respect saying “head to the cities”?

    • sammydaviesjr 15/11/2010 at 10:11 pm #

      That’s fighting talk that is Lazzo. I likes it a lot. Thanks, they’ll Defo work their way in somewhere.

  3. dai hankey 16/11/2010 at 8:06 pm #

    Would you recommend a young church planter to go to Bible college if they were called to plant a church?

  4. sammydaviesjr 17/11/2010 at 10:11 am #

    There are unconfirmed reports that Mr. Timmis is monitoring this blog…if so he will be prepared in advance! (I think that a good thing)

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