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The End of Breathe…. And Where next?

September 30, 2015

In its ten years the Breathe Network has connected over 1,000 people for conversations about how to live more simply, more generously and to make space for God and others in a consumer culture. Now Breathe is coming to an end it’s time to say ‘thank you’ and ask where next? Mark Powley, one of Breathe’s founding members, has put together this reflection on the life and journey of Breathe.

Thank you for all that you have contributed to Breathe and for sharing in the journey. As Mark’s reflection indicated, the chapter or season for Breathe has come to an end, but the overall journey continues. Mark mentioned some of the ways that you can stay connected, engaged and active. Here are some of the suggestions and links.

Organisations and initiatives 

Tearfund including their ‘Ordinary Heroes‘ campaign

Christian Aid including their recently launched ‘The Big Shift‘ campaign

A Rocha UK – Look out for a new initiative called ‘Eco Church‘ launching in January 2016

Green Christian – Including their ‘Joy in Enough‘ initiative

Transition network – Is their a local group you are a part of could join?

Fuel for the Jouney

Brian Draper –  leads great retreats, writes great books and also offers email based reflection series for Lent and Advent

40 Acts from Stewardship – Doing Lent generously!

Nomad Podcast – Including a great back catalogue interview with Mark Powley 

We hope these links and resources enable and inspire you to continue to live out the Breathe ethos

Many Thanks

The Breathe Team

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