Mark Greene, 007 and Inverness

Mark Greene, the Executive Director of London Institute of Contemporary Christianity, Mark Greene is due to visit Inverness this November for a series of talks. Mark is an excellent communicator with a passion for workplace evangelism.

first published 01/10/11


mark greeneInverness-based Alive Ministry is pleased to announce a visit to the Highlands of Mark Greene, Executive Director of the London Institute of Contemporary Institute (LICC), for a series of talks.

During his visit, Mark will be speaking at the Highland Theological College in Dingwall

He is also scheduled to speak at both an open event in Inverness, and a business breakfast. 

David Maclean from aLive Ministry is delighted that Mark has agreed to this visit and comments :


“I am delighted that Mark has agreed to venture North, and spend two days with us at a number of events. Mark has been a pioneer in workplace ministry for the past two decades, speaking in the UK, Continental Europe, and in the US. I would encourage folks to come along to at least one of the events if they can"   
 The Inverness events are scheduled as follows:

The Sacred/Secular Divide


Wednesday, 2 November 2011


Highland Theological College,

High Street, Dingwall


Mark will be speaking about his latest book, ‘The Great Divide: the greatest challenge to the Church today and what we can do about it.’

In this book, Mark explores the stifling, pervasive, life-denying impact of the sacred-secular divide on Christian mission and living, and reveals how overcoming it can expand our vision, inspire our mission, release our churches, broaden our minds, enlarge our hearts, nourish our souls, thrill our spirits, and free our imaginations for faithful following and fruitful living in all of life.

Come along to hear Mark speak. A soup/sandwich lunch will be provided.
(For catering purposes, it would be useful to know in advance if you will be attending.)

Marina Mackenzie
Tel. 01349 780223


Wednesday, 2 November 2011


Kinmylies Church of Scotland Inverness






Business Breakfast


Thursday 3 November 2011


Waterside Hotel, Ness Bank, Inverness




A special business breakfast hosted by Mark. Booking is essential for this. Cost £5 and includes breakfast roll and tea/coffee.

Please book here

Further information can be obtained by telehone or e-mail -
Tel. 01463 248280 or
email Alive Ministry .


 Mark Greene and ...... 
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Noel Richards headMark Greene: Underpinning his commitment to seeing God's people equipped and envisioned for ministry, mission and maturity in the workplace lies a broader commitment to seeing God's people envisioned and supported for whatever context they find themselves in whole-life discipleship. It was this conviction that fuelled the ground-breaking essay 'Imagine how we can reach the UK', and the project that grew out of it.

Mark has produced a number of workplace resources, notably Thank God it's Monday and the widely distributed Supporting Christians at Work - Without Going Insane.

In addition, he has developed Christian Life and Work, a 6-part small group DVD resource, and edited Pocket Prayers for Work. He is also the writer and presenter of the Imagine DVD and, with Tracy Cotterell, the editor of Let my People Grow - a collection of essays on whole-life disciple-making. Most recently he edited and contributed sections to Trevor Cooling's LICC resource Supporting Christians in Education.

Mark's latest book, The Best Idea in the World (Zondervan 2009), explores how putting relationships first in our thinking and living is a liberating basis for our personal lives, society and global community.

Mark has served as Chairman of Jews for Jesus (UK and Europe) and has acted as a consultant for a number of organisations including The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Tearfund. Mark is married to Katriina and they have three exuberant teenagers – Matt, Tomas & Anna-Marie – and an even more exuberant dog called Spark. Mark does quite a reasonable impression of Rowan Atkinson and an unrecognisable one of Sean Connery. He wishes it were the other way round: so does his wife.

David Maclean, 28/10/2011

Jenny 04/10/2011 21:00
I can't get the video! bah humbug.
Editor 04/10/2011 22:43
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Jenny 05/10/2011 07:43
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