008 – Life on the Frontline

May 20, 06:00 AM

It's not just churches that have changed during lockdown. Workplaces have been turned upside down. In this latest episode of These Three Remain podcast, we talk to three Presbyterians who are keyworkers in education, health and retail. Primary school principal Mark Beattie, GP Dr Alastair Aicken and supermarket manager Caroline Orr share their experience of pressurised and changed work environments and how God is working in their lives with PCI's Discipleship Development Officer Rick Hill. If you have a story of faith, hope or love from your congregation to share, get in touch with rhill@presbyterianireland.org. You can find more resources around These Three Remain at https://presbyterianireland.org/thesethreeremain and subscribe to this podcast to hear future episodes by searching for 'These Three Remain Presbyterian' in your favourite podcast software. Edited by Alan Meban

It's not just churches that have changed during lockdown. Workplaces have been turned upside down. In this latest episode of These Three Remain podcast, we talk to three Presbyterians who are keyworkers in education, health and retail.
 
Primary school principal Mark Beattie, GP Dr Alastair Aicken and supermarket manager Caroline Orr share their experience of pressurised and changed work environments and how God is working in their lives with PCI's Discipleship Development Officer Rick Hill.
 
If you have a story of faith, hope or love from your congregation to share, get in touch with rhill@presbyterianireland.org. You can find more resources around These Three Remain at https://presbyterianireland.org/thesethreeremain and subscribe to this podcast to hear future episodes by searching for 'These Three Remain Presbyterian' in your favourite podcast software.
 
Edited by Alan Meban