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A Different Light

Ian & his wife Judith were a huge blessing to lighthouse over the past weekend. Ian’s message has a great edge, that many at lighthouse gravitated towards as it is has a great synergy with what we are trying to build here at a lighthouse.  

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What goes around, comes around.

Back in the early nineties was the first time that I met Albert Durko. He had come to one of the training programmes that I ran for emerging leaders. It is only recently that I have had the privilege to reconnect with him again and to be introduced to the Hungarian Gypsy Mission that he oversees. What an incredible organisation! What an incredible vision!

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The Flourish Project

The ‘Flourish Project’ is a Proton Foundation programme and is created as a vehicle to build relationship with educational institutions, churches and youth organisations, with the intention that through positive connections, networks and influence, change will take place in the wider community.

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Kairos Leadership Academy

It was a great pleasure and honour to have Ian come and speak with the students on the Kairos Leadership Academy.

It’s fair to say they were glued to their seats as he unpacked his many God stories, his personal journey of faith and how he has trained and served so many people worldwide.

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Message of thanks.

We had a wonderful weekend with Ian Green. He brought a message that challenged our thinking and understanding of how we do church. His message also inspires us to believe that God can and wants to use us.
We are seeking God to transform our town and God used Ian to start the conversation of how God wants us to be part of transforming our Town.

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Ian’s trip to Peoria

We were thrilled to have Ian Green with us at Riverside Community Church on Sunday, April 15, 2018. The current sermon series is titled “The Cause”. Today is our Missions Day. We know Ian Green as a man of Faith and a man who imparts Grace. By the time the sermon is over, “Grace will …

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