Gorilla Summit Coffee

Gorilla Summit Coffee Uganda is a remarkable country but is still ranked very low on the human development index. One major issue they face is a high infant child mortality rate. This is even higher in rural areas like Kanungu, a very remote rural sub-county in the West of Uganda.I first...

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Lynville Heart of Worship February 2020

Lynnville Heart of Worship had the great pleasure of hearing Ian Green, speak to our congregation and guests on  Saturday night, February 8 and Sunday morning February, 9. Ian travels the world regularly speaking at conferences and seminars, creating and developing networks on behalf of the Proton...

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Kingdom-Minded Business

We just completed a ministry weekend with Ian Green that catalysed conversation around new ideas, both for our church as we adopt a strategies to engage our neighbourhood and city, and individually, as we as business leaders contemplate ideas to bring the Kingdom of God to our work environments.

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TV Project 2019 Update

We continue to move things forward. We had a set back a few months when ago the original Romanian TV company who was that were going to be our principal partner informed me they were unable to contribute at the level they had hoped too. This has led me to look for new partners. I have appointed an...

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Global Curriculum 2019 Update

There are 5 of us on the team, 3 from Canada one from USA and me from the UK.  We meet monthly via skype and 3 times this year met in North America for an intensive 4-5 day lock in to grind through the process of creating material that we believe will be invaluable to those who want to see their communities...

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A Weekend in Calgary

“Having Ian Green at our church was a significant investment in the future of our community. Ian shared with multiple levels of leaders – Our Leadership team, Board Team, Staff Team, Generational Leaders and our Sunday congregation.  Constantly challenging us to think about kingdom and...

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