Why I (typically) don’t mention current crises in my preaching

Yes, I know, I write them ages ahead of time and – not being a prophet – I do not foresee world, national or local

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

Don’t trust your feelings, even your worst duffer sermons bring glory to God

I was talking with my wife ahead of Sunday about my sermon this week. My overriding feeling was that it was a bit of a

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

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

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