Musing on quite a number of christian camps I’ve been on (and those I’ve run), I’m musing on how we easily replicate a hierarchical model of leadership? How easily we fall into the mode of how it’s ‘always’ been done, and how this is often a pyramid top-down structure.
‘Yellow Braces’ (The Diocesan Camp) has become increasingly centred around family/community, and in many ways influenced by something quite monastic. I’m aware though that hierarchy may still be too inherent.
I’m therefore wondering about what ‘leadership’ looks like with a conscious decision to strip away some of the unconsciously replicated power and position practices that we easily default to.

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