The guest this week is Harold Miller, Bishop of Down and Dromore in the Church of Ireland.
In this first part of his interview Harold talks about his conversion experience and the early stages of his growth as a leader while involved in the Christian Union at Trinity College, Dublin (his years there coincided with a remarkable batch of future leaders and missionaries).
He also talks about the role of an Anglican Bishop and the importance of leaders having other people around them.
Here are some questions for you to reflect on as you listen to Harold’s interview:
- Harold mentions a number of key mentors: what mentors are helping to shape you, and are you building into the lives of other, younger leaders?
- Harold talks about ‘holes in the cheese’: as you think about your own church tradition, where are some of the gaps?