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Saints Alive! Online Conference

6 months ago

Are you thinking of running a Saints Alive! course either online or in person? Looking for hints and tips as to how it can be run via Zoom? Do you want to know more about how it has been revised for the 2020s?

In this video the authors of Saints Alive!, John Finney and Canon Felicity Lawson, are in conversation with Kevin Roberts in a one hour Zoom conference. John and Felicity give a brief introduction to Saints Alive! and give some top tips on how to run it. They are also joined by Christopher Landau, who shares some of the lessons learnt in running the course online at St Aldates Oxford, and by Paul Owen of David C. Cook who have published the revised Saints Alive! material!

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