More about Plenty!
Just a couple of weeks to go before the release of the much anticipated Plenty! course. (And if you haven’t booked a place at the launch event on the 24th … Continue reading Why is our new resource called Plenty?
Jeremy Williams considers the reasons why consumerism is hard to resist. Not many people are enthusiastically in favour of consumerism. As James Wallman explores in his book Stuffocation, a solid … Continue reading What stops us from tackling consumerism?
Catherine Masterman considers nature disconnection, and the possibilities of a Parkrun style movement for nature. Sir David Attenborough made headlines at Davos in 2019 with his interview with the Duke … Continue reading Rediscovering the joy of nature
Hilary Blake compares the loving welcome of infant baptism and the fostered insecurities of consumerism. Two things coincided in my diary recently which may, on the surface, seem to have … Continue reading Belonging, consumerism and infant baptism
If you want to get the most out of leading the Plenty! programme in your community, you may like to take part in one of our facilitator training sessions. We’ll … Continue reading Facilitating a Plenty! group?