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

A better theology of work

Some of us could do with a better theology of work, couldn’t we? If you want that to sound less poncey than reading it back

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’s to be done? Potentially, nothing else.

We have a tendency to expect the church to fix every possible problem. We can rightly identify things that are less than excellent in the

What's it like being a pastor's wife in a deprived place in secular work?

Don’t make what is already hard harder than it has to be

Evangelism is hard. Let’s not soft peddle it – I find it hard, everyone else I know who does it finds it hard and the

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