If we want the best, embrace a strong opposition

I saw this post on Facebook yesterday: Underneath that post was the following: In Jean Edward Smith’s biography of George W. Bush, he wrote about

What do we mean by ‘pastorally gifted’?

When considering ministry, or looking at people for ministry, I’ve heard lots of people comment – words to the effect – ‘he’s pastorally gifted’ or

Guest Post: What to do if you notice toxic church leadership

This is a guest post. The writer has asked to remain anonymous. It is a follow up post to this one published two days ago and it’s

Guest Post: Red flags for toxic church leadership

This is a guest post. The writer has asked to remain anonymous. It is a follow up post to this one published two days ago.

Guest Post: Lessons learnt from suffering toxic church leadership

This is a guest post. The writer has asked to remain anonymous. Views expressed in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily reflect

FIEC Webinar – Leading in the new normal

On Wednesday, I took part in an FIEC webinar speaking about what has been going on since we have started meeting during lock down. You

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