When a busy schedule is a cause of rejoicing

There is always something of a ramping up of things in September in church. We come out of our summer break – which was a

Workers, training and being a cultural outsider

How will we get our new workers working in a lockdown?

Today, we will be joined by our American friends from Tulsa, OK. We are delighted that, after so long talking about it, they are finally

EN article: We need more than words to see churches planted, established and supported

I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. The latest article (my original, unedited version) is below. Talk, they say, is

Three types of people who won’t last in a deprived community

We are periodically approached by people who want to come to serve in our community. We tend to want to be open-handed to people. If

The problem of NRPF

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there is a group of people who have been unable to access any real help at all. These

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