In this show, Tim and Des talk about the value of connect groups, are they good, do we need them, and do we need men’s connect groups as a separate thing. Listen to podcast.

About our Guests

Timothy Long

Tim was born and raised in the UK. Despite growing up in a non Christian home, he spent 10 years singing in a local church choir, before 'going off the rails' in his late teens.

At 25 he began a new life in Perth, Australia, and not long afterwards became a Christian.

He felt led to pursue a career in broadcasting, got married and became a father, but life was not short of surprises.

Parental rejection, divorce, suicidal tendencies, solo parenting, step parenting, surgery and poverty - are just some of the issues that Tim has had to journey through, but it's this journey that has led him to pursue - and encourage others to pursue, an authentic relationship with God, with themselves and with those around them.

Des Kennedy

Des describes himself as a 'Prodigal Son', growing up in a loving Christian environment, but rejecting that life to find his own way in life. Some would call his life successful, however, Des looks back with regret on wasted years, on being a failed dad, and husband, and on finding faith in Jesus, how his life has turned around and is now focussed on serving others, particularly men.

Published On: December 4th, 2023|0 Comments on Tim and Des on connect groups|

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