• Interview with Jan

    An interview with Jan Barlow, All Nations Pastoral Care and Spiritual Formation Tutor - Jan is a former All Nations student who now lives and works at our Easneye campus.

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  • From desert to oasis

    All Nations Missionary in Residence shares her experience of working and living at All Nations before returning to ministry overseas...

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  • Off to a flying start

    Katie Machell tells how training with All Nations prepared her and husband Steve for their work with Mission Aviation Fellowship

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  • Fully immersed

    Former All Nations student David describes how 'immersion' in the cross-cultural community of the college has prepared him to serve in international mission leadership

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  • Extra-curricular activities!

    Student Becci Williams blogs about non-academic pursuits!

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  • Buzzing!

    Have you heard what's been happening at All Nations this week? If you haven't, here's a taster...

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  • Mission in the Jungle

    When we hear the phrase, “mission in the jungle” we think of C.T. Studd or David Livingstone tramping through thickets, wading through swollen rivers or avoiding being eaten by wild animals. Also, we are used to hearing about the disappearing jungle and habitats being destroyed.

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  • Spiritual Emphasis Day

    All Nations is well known for pioneering the “Head, Heart and Hands” model of training. The academic, personal development and practical aspects of training are all emphasised. This doesn’t mean that, at times, we can’t focus on one aspect.

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