The government 10-year tariff on those who lie about travel remind us of the need for proportionality

I don’t intend to get into the vexed question of the efficacy of lockdowns here. There are those who object to lockdowns and other measures

EN article: Problems in the church? Don’t go nuclear at once

I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. The latest article (my original, unedited version) is below. The title (as ever)

Messy church

I know this is the name of a thing already. This post really isn’t about that thing. If it wasn’t already a thing, I think

Is there always sin on every side?

A few weeks back, in our weekly podcast, we had a discussion about how to respond to false criticism. That is, when people are saying

Six ways to help prevent abuse from flourishing

Given recent posts, it seemed worth briefly outlining some of the ways we can work to prevent a culture of abuse from forming. None of

Public comment on public sin matters. Silence does not commend the gospel

A few years ago now, I was getting battered in the ministry. I don’t want to rehash all the gory details here. Suffice to say

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