Let the kids say it’s boring (the adults think it anyway)

‘Church isn’t boring!’ I saw a podcast with that title in the last few days. And I have heard the sentiment parroted out lots of

Boring sermons & how to get buy-in from our people

I have spoken before about how our preaching is often boring and one of the reasons for that – arguably the main reason – is

So, I’ve preached my last sermon for a while

It seems I have preached my last sermon for a month and a bit, which feels like a weird place to be. I remain the

Death by a thousand explanatory notes

I recently remembered this old monologue from David Mitchell, back when he did a Soapbox thing for the Guardian: The point he is making is

More application please

My twitter pal, Chris Thomas, wrote a post recently where he called us preachers to less application. Summarising his argument (I think fairly), Chris wants

Does money equate to how much we value the word?

There has been a bit of discussion about what we pay pastors and how we honour visiting speakers lately. On the former, you can listen

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