The 2017 Shropshire Hope Prayer Breakfast was held on Saturday 1 July 2017 at The Lord Hill Hotel, Shrewsbury when our keynote speaker was Rev. Dr. Neil Hudson.
Neil is the Director of the Imagine Project at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity. Over the past 10 years this project has investigated what it takes for churches to become communities where whole-life disciples develop and flourish.
Alongside working with LICC, Neil is also an Elim church minister in Salford and has also worked at Regents Theological College, initially as a lecturer and then as Vice-Principal.
Neil’s theme for the morning was “Releasing the Blessing of Whole-Life Discipleship” focusing on how we can become disciples 24/7 every day of the year – wherever we are on our ‘frontlines’ and will unpack principles and ideas to explore ways we can positively impact those around us – every day.
You can now download Neil’s talk together with a PowerPoint presentation of the slides he used.
Shropshire Hope Prayer Breakfast 2107 – Neil Hudson (LICC)
Whole Life Discipleship – Neil Hudson (LICC) – PowerPoint presentation
Below you’ll also find a couple of videos relating to Neil’s involvement in LICC’s ‘Imagine Project.
The Prayer Breakfast has been held annually since the mid-1990s and was previously known as the Shropshire Prayer Breakfast.
Building on these foundations we continue to invite Christians from all church traditions to come together to pray for
secular | social | spiritual leadership.
Information about previous Shropshire Hope Prayer Breakfast events can be found here