Assumptions we make when church is going well

Sometimes, things in church are going great. For whatever reason, the Lord has chosen to bless the work. We are seeing people coming in, convert,

Bethel fried chicken & being a community good

Pragmatism, Jonathan Fletcher and the shoddy reasoning of ‘we have… only been blessed’

I was particularly disappointed to see the following letter from Simon & Kathy Manchester in this month’s Evangelicals Now. You can read it here, but

Physically blessing our communities

Getting the gospel a hearing and showing the gospel is good

Yesterday, I wrote about the importance of physically blessing our communities. In particular, I am keen to start businesses in our neighbourhood that serve the

The importance of presence and physically blessing our communities

I have increasingly been challenged by the need to be a real and active presence in the community. Don’t get me wrong, our church is

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