Bad ways to argue for church practice

If you are in church leadership, it won’t be long before someone disagrees with something you do or some doctrine that you teach. And that’s

It’s all a matter of authority

When talking with your average, university-educated, white middle class Brit about the gospel, much of your success depends on whether you can affirm Christianity logically

Authority not authoritarianism

I was scrolling through twitter and came across this interesting tweet: Katharine Birbalsingh is the headteacher at Michaela Community School in Wembley. She is something

Addressing abuse in association without undermining the primacy and autonomy of the local church

For those who are convinced of independency (as I am), we believe in the primacy of the local church. We don’t believe it is right

Monthly afternoon service: Politics & civil disobedience

We held our monthly afternoon service this past Sunday. We have intentionally tried to make them different to the morning service. Our usual format is

Leadership, power and authority in the church and the home

I have recently written about narcissistic leaders in the church. You can find those posts here and here. Those posts are relevent – though not

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