Why being a ‘bad teacher’ might help our people grow

I was reading a newspaper report in which former Borrusia Dortmund strike Robert Lewandowski opened up on his relationship with Jurgen Klopp. He claimed Klopp

If not reading, then what?

If you’ve followed the discussions on Twitter (I, frankly, don’t blame you if you haven’t), you will have seen that I’ve dared to suggest two

How is giving people books they don’t really understand fulfiling our pastoral responsibility?

Yesterday, I wrote about making theology accessible. A lot of people seem to want to do that but seem to have a very different understanding

What does a Christian need to grow?

We all have so many ideas about what we need to grow. Conferences abound – they’re good aren’t they? – and there are all the

What’s to be done? Potentially, nothing else.

We have a tendency to expect the church to fix every possible problem. We can rightly identify things that are less than excellent in the

Being off our food is a sign of sickness

My son has been sick the last few days. He said his stomach was hurting, he’s felt queasy and has been looking pale. He has

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