Do what works for you

I was reminded this week – thanks to somebody who tagged me in a tweet about it – that not everybody works the way I

If we don’t know each other, I’m just a random stranger you’ve called for life advice

I periodically get phone calls from people wanting to talk about the church. That’s fine. I am happy to speak to anyone who wants to

You don’t have to do it, so give yourself a break

This last Sunday was our last one in full lockdown mode. As of next week, we will be allowed to meet together again. Not properly,

An opportunity for review

Many churches have lots of programmes and activities running that – if they’re being really honest about it – essentially happen because it’s what we’ve

Neither despair about the work nor doubt the value of being back about it

Despite trying to think through other things to talk about, coronavirus remains about the only thing going on. The only in-the-flesh, living, breathing people I

What are the theological questions involved in our new normal?

I’ve noticed a few people asking what are the key theological issues that need thinking through given our inability to meet together as usual. So,

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