Training is at the heart of everything we want to do at Cairn. We want to see disciples who make disciples, leaders who make leaders and communities that transform communities. We don’t want to hold on tightly to what we have but want to share with others the lessons we have learnt through blogs, literature, teachings and more.
Rich Robinson talks about how to lead others based on how Jesus led his disciples, engaging a few to benefit the many.
Kay Cathcart teaches us how to posture ourselves in times of change to become lifelong learners.
Alan McWilliam speaks about how we can see missional and incarnational expressions of God’s Kingdom in the next 20 years.
Lorna Ferguson | May 1, 2018
Above all trust the slow work of God, this has become my mantra; and if I am really honest I hope it always is. There has been a recurring theme in my life of God, in his kindness and my frustrating impatience, teaching me what it truly means to persevere. When things don’t make sense, […]Read more
Aaron | January 25, 2018
My name is Aaron and I joined the Cairn team in September. My role with Cairn is split between working with existing churches as part of the Renovate team and resourcing pioneers and church planters through Innovate. I’m passionate about seeing people learn how to follow Jesus in ways that make sense to them and […]Read more
Fiona Stewart | December 7, 2017
I work part-time for Cairn but I often think my other job, as Creative Director for Foolproof, equips me well for this role. I am a theatre practitioner, a workshop leader, a writer and an improvisor, and these skills come in handy when working with Cairn in Glasgow. Being part of Cairn feels like being […]Read more