Politics, the church and speaking about what actually concerns people

They say we get the leaders we deserve. I’m not sure I ever quite believed it, but I dread to think what it says about

What we can learn from the government about taking responsibility in the church

As I am sat here watching the news, top billing goes to the long awaited Sue Gray report. There don’t seem to be many (other

One rule for them…

The Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer got themselves into hot water yesterday. Both have been pinged by the NHS Test & Trace app;

But you promised!

Yesterday, we were waiting with bated breath as Boris Johnson deigned to tell us whether he would be lifting all lockdown restrictions as of 21st

Who controls the roadmap?

As I write this, the country waits with bated breath for BoJo to make his big announcement regarding the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown. There are rumours

Physical gathering, online meeting and false dichotomies

The discussion about whether meeting online is an adequate substitute for physical gathering rages on. Some insist that not meeting is a clear violation of

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