JRP 003:  Feat. Darren Edwards

 

 

Summary:

In this episode of the Joy Ride Podcast, we are joined by pioneer of ‘Chav Church’ and author of ‘Chav Christianity’, Darren Edwards who talks about finding Joy on the margins of society.

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JRP 002:  Feat. Andy Frost

 

 

Summary:

Everyone is seeking to live life to the full. Something instinctive about us knows that there is more to life than simply working and sleeping. We thrive when we have a sense of purpose. When we can see the bigger picture.

In this episode of the the Joy Ride Podcast, we are joined by Andy Frost, a keen surfer, AFC Wimbledon Supporter and passionate about Church. Two of which he now combines! (Tune in for more on this!)

Andy gives us an insight into what it means to find purpose in life, to take risks and discover fulfilment.

 

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JRP 001:  Feat. Matt Bird

 

Summary:

Have you ever found it difficult to establish or maintain good relationships? Do you value the relationships you have?

In this episode of the Joy Ride Podcast, we are joined by Matt Bird, CEO of the Cinnamon Network & author of ‘Relationology’.

Matt shares with us some great wisdom about how we can find happiness & fulfilment in and through our relationships.

 

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UCB Radio

 

Tom Elliott joined Paul Hammond on UCB this morning to discuss the newly launched Podcast!

If you missed it live, we thought we’d post it here for you to check out!

 

Remember, we launch at 5:30pm today!

 

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JRP 000: Pre Launch Episode #2

 

Summary

In the second of two pre launch episodes for the Joy Ride Podcast, Tom Elliott & Tom Geatches discuss some of the guests they have coming up in the next few episodes, exploring themes such as purpose, self esteem and life on the margins.

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JRP 000: Pre Launch Episode #1

Summary 

 

In the first of two pre launch episodes for the Joy Ride Podcast, Tom Elliott & Tom Geatches answer some questions you might have! Plus a sneak preview of the first official episode with Matt Bird, discussing happiness in relationships.

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As Tom’s work expands, he is increasingly on the road not only for gigs, but meetings, media interviews and other key appointments.

In the time he’s not on the road, he needs to invest in the development and delivery of his events in order to increase and sustain excellence in all that he does.

 

Therefore we are now looking for an administrative assistant to help in some or all of the following area

– Making initial contact with churches

– Dealing with Toms public facing email. (Gmail) Forwarding to relevant team members and replying on Toms behalf when appropriate

– Arranging meetings with key leaders and event hosts where appropriate with access to Toms diary in iCal.

 

How much time is needed

 

The amount of time this role needs will vary from day to day but we would suggest that if it was one person fulfilling the role, they would need to commit around 3-4 hours a week to these tasks.
The emails would need checking daily and sometimes dealt with immediately.

If interested in this voluntary role please email Tom at tom@tom-elliott.org

 

 

 

 

Earlier this week, on Premier Praise, I told the story of the day I got stuck inside a mailbag and handcuffs.

It was at Gorsley Festival, here in Gloucestershire and myself and Steve Legg, were hosting the after hours evening for 300 campers.

They all gathered, with hot chocolates, marshmallows and puffer jackets, prior to spending the night in tents. Being the final night of the festival and my turn to entertain, I decided to do my mailbag and handcuff escape. Continue reading…

Equipping and Encouraging The Invitation Of Friends

 

As a Christian Communicator, I long to see more people invited to my events who haven’t yet made a response to God. Continue reading…

In this short video, Tom explores the connection between finding true Joy and the attitude of gratitude.

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