Want to help the youth? Equip the parents

I am amazed by the number of people who seem to think that youth work and children’s programmes are the key to raising up a

It is okay to say, ‘I don’t think you can do this’

As long time readers of this blog will know, I suffer from ongoing bouts of depression. It is something I have to live with and

Thoughts on being away more than you’d like

I have been away in the States this last couple of weeks. No sooner than I come back, I test positive for covid. Whilst in

Is this approach to complementarianism just dressed up egalitarianism?

A while ago, I wrote this post in response to some questions posed online by Beth Moore. Whilst the questions were quite specific, the article

Even when our idolatry rules us, we’re often wrong about the reality keeping us away

I read an article in the last few days about planting in deprived communities. The thrust of the article was about the desire to protect

When even secular commentators can see the moral imperative, and support it, why can’t the Bishop?

I know the whole Matt Hancock debacle is a few days old now. But, in truth, the issues that it points to have not, and

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