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

Five reasons reciting creeds is unhelpful

I strongly suspect there is a significant correlation between your ecclesiological background and your view of the creeds (no, not really the one in the

action against actions

I have nothing against all-age services and that. Of course I don’t. We do them ourselves. I think there are some very good things about

Everything has cultural implications

I remember my Dad saying to me (I can’t quite remember verbatim but they were words to this effect): Almost everything we do is culturally

Sometimes there is just nothing you can do

If your church is anything like ours, you will know that it is most definitely not perfect. Lots of imperfect things regularly stare you in

Four reasons to make your own church live stream (if you have one) a priority

Yesterday, I wrote about how we (particularly preachers and pastors) ought to respond when our live stream goes wrong. It was prompted by the fact

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