Jonathan’s House Ministries UK Fire hosted by Jonathan’s House Ministries UK in Bridgend – Wild at Heart Fires

Jody Goldsworthy - CEO

So many times we hear questions like these being thrown around “why don’t men talk?” “how can we help men to talk?” One of the best ways is to let it happen naturally, in an environment that men feel happy and safe in.

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Guidelines for Fire participants:

1. Fires aren’t religious
Leave your religious and professional credentials behind.

2. Your story matters
Fires are not a place for teaching or a podium for experts.

3. No bs allowed
Fires are a place for authentic masculinity. No posing.

4. Confidentiality is essential
What is shared at a Fire stays at the Fire

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