Headship does not mean micromanaging every decision

I wrote the other day regarding the role of male headship in marriage on a complementarian understanding. I have previously written on this here and

What the world thinks about the church does and doesn’t matter

Whenever questions of evangelism, mission and that slippery term once beloved of church plants and revitalisations – relevance – get mentioned, there inevitably follows some

On lust, modesty and why we’re all called to the same thing really

I am loath to address anything of this order – particularly when it is tweeted by Owen Strachan – but here goes anyway. If you

What should we do about people’s ulterior motives for coming to church?

One of the issues we run into regularly in our church is that of ulterior motives. We have a number of people who come to

It’s about marriage, not weddings

Today marks the start of no-fault divorces. There is no doubt that this makes it much easier for warring couples to divorce and simplifies the

Calling to ministry & mission

I have been re-reading the criminally under-read book Only Servants by Clifford Pond. In it he outlines many of the principles of good order for

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