Faith@Work With Jonathan Aitken

Faith@Work With Jonathan Aitken. “From Power To Prison To Peace.”


One of the unspoken fears of successful people is to lose everything: reputation, wealth, work, family and friends. Jonathan rcol_aitkenAitken’s political career came to a crashing end when he lied on oath in a libel action and served a seven month prison sentence in 1999. Not only did he lose his reputation, work and family but there was little public sympathy for a politician who was getting what he deserved.

How would we cope if we hit rock bottom and lost everything because of our wrong decisions?

In this open and candid talk Jonathan will share the lessons he’s learned from his very public fall from power. We’ll hear about his experience in prison and how it profoundly changed him as he discovered the forgiveness of God and the reality of a fresh start in life.

Event Details
When: Wednesday 16th October, 6.00 – 7.30pm
Where: The Dining Room at The Living Room 80 Deansgate M3 2ER
Cost: £7 (towards the buffet)
Online Booking: Please book your place at www.m2bjaitken.eventbrite.co.uk
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What to expect:
A 30 minute presentation given by Jonathan Aitken followed by Q&A
Good food and a relaxed environment

About the Speaker:
Jonathan Aitken is an author, broadcaster, columnist, lecturer and campaigner for prison reform. He is a former Chairman of a City of London Merchant Bank, Cabinet Minister, Member of Parliament, and ex-prisoner. For more information about Jonathan and his work please visit his website

Event Date: 20131016
Event Price: £7 towards the buffet

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