Jeremy Marshall agrees with me that we know the gospel and we already have all we need for evangelism

As I write this, my friend Jeremy Marshall is getting on with trying to tell me why yesterday’s post about evangelism is definitely wrong. You

Workers, training and being a cultural outsider

The assumptions we make when church isn’t going well

Yesterday, I wrote about the assumptions we make when things are going well in church. Today, I thought I’d take a little look at some

If we don’t want a team exclusively of rightbacks, we might need to think about training people differently

This week marks the start of Euro 2021. As an England fan, hope springs eternal. Not much hope, it bears saying, but hope nonetheless. This

Training when you don’t have spare time

How do you train your people when you are just a single pastor on your own? The work of training people can just seem overwhelming.

What does the Bible say about conspiracy theories? Perhaps more than you think

Not so long ago, I wrote this article about Christians avoiding conspiracy theories. The ultimate problem with conspiracy theories is that they deal in half-truths

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