This issue includes articles by Mark Williamson, Pastor of Westminster Central Hall Sanctuary Project who describes being passionate to release hundreds of new missional leaders. The past President of the Conference Roger Walton, challenges the church to adopt new commitments that echo John Wesley being inspired by the Love of God, whilst Jonathan Hustler, secretary of the conference asks "what matters enough to us to risk the future?"
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