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Announcing new ReSource Staff

2 months ago

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Matthews as our Resources Manager and Mutsa James as our Media Manger. They are are such a great addition to our team, especially as we build our stock of online resources and get our news out through the website and social media.

Announcing new ReSource Staff

ReSource is privileged to have recruited Ian and Mutsa to its team, and is delighted to welcome them to their new posts as our Resources Manager and Media Manger respectively. Ian will be responsible for developing our online resources and Mutsa will manage our website and take responsibility for our social media posts. At this juncture in the life of the charity these are significant roles, and we are thrilled to have appointed Ian and Mutsa from a strong field of candidates. 

Ian's background is in Christian publishing having been employed by Zondervan and David C Cook, and having worked with numerous other organisations in a consultative capacity including SPCK, Hodder Faith, Darton, Longman and Todd, and Baker Publishing House. He has commissioned books from a wide range of authors including Pete Greig, Anta Cleverly, Roy Godwin, and Mike Pilavachi, as well as working with organisations such as New Wine England and The Message Trust.

He started his career in journalism and magazine publishing having previously owned a range of publications including Christian Bookseller, a trade magazine for Christian bookshops. He has written as a freelancer for most Christian publications and used to write a regular column on religious and cultural issues in Christianity magazine.

He lives, works, and worships in Shrewsbury along with his wife Chava and two grown-up children and one teenager. When not working he serves on his Church's PCC, and is a passionate cyclist, walker, and photographer, as well as playing a range of folk instruments including the Mandolin and Bodhran.

Mutsa studied Communications and Media at the University of Leeds. She has been putting her media skills to use within the christian charity sector over the last four years. Most recently, Mutsa worked as the media coordinator at Gas Street Church, a vibrant Anglican church in the heart of Birmingham.

Her passion for creative communication takes many forms - from photography and videography to blogging and songwriting.

Mutsa and her husband Dan are newlyweds and they have a growing family of over 30 houseplants.

During the Covid lockdown Mutsa started her own small business, making and selling handcrafted ceramic pieces through social media. Her work ranges from statement jewellery to home decor pieces; she is always creating something new out of clay.

Mutsa is delighted to be joining the ReSource team and is looking forward to using social media to play a part in the renewal of little, local and ordinary churches.

For further information about Ian and Mutsa please visit our staff page.

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ReSource for Anglican Renewal Ministries

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Enabling little, local and ordinary churches to engage with the Holy Spirit for renewal, discipleship and mission.

 Testimonial

"In addition to the excellent teaching, there were numerous opportunities for personal prayer ministry – many took advantage. The Spirit was at work not only meeting with so many seeking renewal, but also for those needing inner healing, and creating a great launchpad for our community as we prepare for the appointment of a new incumbent. Feedback suggested that Kevin and Anne’s teaching and the weekend as a whole had exceeded even the highest expectations. Thank-you Lord!"
Val Lechler, St John’s, Ealing

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These are difficult days, and we are keen to support you in any way we can. Email [email protected] if you would like our Intercessors to pray for you. If you are a church leader and would value talking to one of our ReSource Ministers, please let us know on [email protected] And look out for the weekly Blog on the website, along with other new resources. Whatever these days hold, let’s be mindful of one another, alert to the cry of a hurting world, and confident in the love of God, from which nothing can separate us.
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