How do we decide when to say ‘yes’ and when to say ‘no’?

As a pastor, I frequently get asked to do lots of things. Many of them seem worthy things to be doing, though a fair amount

Believe in God and do what you want

I have had four separate conversations this week all circling around the same essential issue: knowing God’s will in some matter or other. In each

It’s OK to disagree sometimes

Few of us liked being disagreed with not least because we think we are right about stuff. That is, of course, the nature of believing

Decisions without decisionism

I have swum in waters that were decisionistic. Decisionism is that approach to evangelism that centres less on genuine conversion and more on ‘making a

One lesson the church can learn from current Brexit travails

The whole Brexit saga is continuing to drag on. The Guardian reported yesterday that Jeremy Corbyn was heading for a clash with his own party

The only help that matters

It is fairly common for people to come to the church and ask for help. That is all well and good. I want to leave

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