A Different “Development” Project

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Over the last 8 and a bit months I have been working on a little bit of a different development project.

As we anticipate all the change that this will mean in our lives and our family I would like to take a moment and thank everyone who has shared the journey of this blog space thus far with me- especially those who have taken the time to share their own experiences and stories here (those have been my favourite bits).

I’ll be taking a little break from this project as I readjust and find a new normal and discover a new angle on community.

In the meantime there will still be some interesting projects, happenings and events with Faith in Action over the next six months so I encourage you to keep your eyes on this.

I look forward to recommencing this work soon and continuing to explore what it means to work WITH our local communities to see lives abundant and thriving.

Joanna.

Picture: Art by Laura Cameron

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About joanna hubbard

Joanna is an Ordained Minister of Religion with experience and training in Community Development and Not-For-Profit management in Australia and who has consulted with Churches and Charities both in Australia and internationally. Together with her husband, Joanna was a part of establishing the world's first charity app on iOS which overcame Apple's policies and allowed for all future charity apps. Joanna was a nominee for Emerging Leader in the Public/Not-for-Profit in the NAB Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards 2013-14 and is featured in their Register of Agenda-Setting Women. joannahubbard.wordpress.com
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4 Responses to A Different “Development” Project

  1. I’ve had a great time working with you. Travell well God’s blessings Peter

  2. The henna looks stunning! I’m so pleased you shared it with us. Such a perfect way to mark this transition. Take care. Michaela

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