Why we’re starting a theology breakfast

Twitter continually gets a bad rap. And I get it, I really do. But I maintain, certainly for us, the good more than outweighs the

We dig repetition

Who better to get your teaching and praxis from than Mark E. Smith? But he is known for his love of repetition. Indeed, he has

Encouraging reading when reading is not the goal

If you have followed this blog for a while, you will know that I don’t really care if people are big readers or not. I

How can we hear a sermon well?

There are lots of things written and said about preaching well. Some of them are even on this blog. But what does it mean to

Personal learnings from the make benefit of my sabbatical

My sabbatical ended yesterday. That is to say, today is my first day back in normal office mode. It is de rigeur to do a

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

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