Your February Update
We are now well under way with our campaign for 2023 ‘Communities in the Driving Seat,’ where we are being bolder than ever about changing the narrative around poverty and development.
As the Resource Writing and Editing Officer at All We Can, I’ve loved having the chance to start telling the stories of our partner, Eagles, and the incredible work they do in Malawi. We’re particularly thrilled to bring to you our brand-new resource ‘Be Transformed’ – available to order or download from our website now.
Through bible studies, challenges, prayers, and stories from our work, discover the principles which underpin All We Can’s partnership approach and explore how they apply in a local church context.
Suitable for small groups and individuals, and perfect for Lent, hear a range of voices across Methodism reflect on how we can transform our mindsets towards mission. However you spend Lent, I hope it can be a period of growth and reflection for you as we begin to approach Easter.
Cameron Hume | Resource Writing & Editing Officer
Thank you for reading and for your continued support. Have a question or a story? Get in touch: email@example.com
Putting Communities in the Driving Seat
Victor Mughogho (Director of Eagles) introduces you to All We Can's 2023 campaign.
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Turkey-Syria Earthquake Emergency Appeal
All We Can is responding to the humanitarian crisis in Turkey and North Syria.
Our initial response is centred in Syria given access to existing networks for the most vulnerable, through our partners in the region.
Event: Meet Eagles
'We believe in the power of partnership – it’s in our DNA.'
Join us on Thursday 2 March to meet our Malawi partner, Eagles, and discover how together, we’re doing development differently.
Your next LIVE webcast
With Rachel Lampard from 'Walking with Micah'
This is Rachel's second appearance on 1.17. We welcome her back to talk about some exciting projects in progress. Join us online!
Countdown to Lent
'The online world can be full of noise and clamour, but it can also help us to connect with new stories and contexts we’ve never understood before.'
We've put together our five top picks for resources and devotionals this Lent.
Our new podcast!
'Welcome to 1.17, where all things hold together.'
Your monthly dose of justice, culture, and comment, featuring guests from all walks of life - now available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and all other major streaming platforms!
Pray with Jimmy
Jimmy Likagwa is the Church Mobilisation Co-ordinator for our partner, Eagles, in Malawi. Pray with Jimmy today.
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