Lessons for the church on the government response to industrial disputes

Two interesting lines of political reasoning are currently doing the rounds. First, there is Rishi Sunak’s comments that NHS nurses seeking a 19% pay increase

Think carefully about your liturgy

Every church is liturgical. Even those of us who like to think we’re not, we definitely are. Liturgy is just the order in which you

What the church can learn from Mick Lynch’s media appearances

If you’ve been following the news – or you happen to need to get a train – you will know the RMT have taken their

Are PhD pastors better pastors?

I saw a 9 Marks post that asked the question: Do Pastors Need a PhD? In the article, five men are asked that question and

Worry about repeating yourself when there’s no need to repeat yourself anymore

I used to worry that I repeated myself. I used to worry that I had said things in sermons that I had said before. I

Three ways to handle pastoral care in the age of coronavirus

We’re all looking for creative ways to care for people whilst we’re not allowed to see them. The reality is, with great difficulty. The teaching

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