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All posts by Tim Baker

Secure futures

So much seems uncertain – the political future of our nation hangs in the balance, many of us are anxious about the future of our churches, and none of us know exactly what 2019 has in store. Amongst all that uncertainty, it seems more important than ever that we find solid ground to stand on, […]

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A father’s love

In the heat of the Zimbabwean sun, with the dusty dirt of the dry season and the tension of political uncertainty and fragile life, I was more than a little nervous. As we approached the homestead where Tulani and Angela live, with their four children, I was getting worried – would I know what to […]

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Getting together in Zimbabwe

Along a dusty, crumbling road, 15 minutes from Gokwe Town Centre in the Midlands Region of Zimbabwe, two villages are scattered across the southern African landscape – Bandawa and Mabuyani. Earlier this month, I spent a few precious days with people in those two communities who, with the support of All We Can, are overcoming […]

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Inside out! All We Can at ECG

Tim Baker recently attended the ECG Conference in Scarborough and was challenged to be bold and turn his calendar inside out!

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Doing Justice at Methodist Conference 2016

Tim Baker loves Methodist Conference and here explains just why that is.

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As we are gathered

John Wesley demonstrated the potential that is present when people gather together. The potential to change the world…

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World Food Day

Tim Baker reflects on World Food Day, harvest time and a world where some still go hungry.

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Mission and Heritage

Churches and Volunteers Officer Tim Baker reflects on the mission and heritage of the Methodist Church and how it relates to the work of All We Can

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Are we yet alive? – All We Can at Methodist Conference

Churches and Volunteers Officer Tim Baker shares his experience of the 2015 Methodist Conference which was held in Southport.

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