Five ways to encourage genuinely co-equal plurality among elders

Most nonconformist churches – particularly of the baptistic persuasion – believe in plural eldership. At least, we say we do. Often, our model may be

The best kind of gift

We’re coming up to Christmas and, no doubt, you’re beginning to think of all the gifts for the various people you ought to be giving.

It's a question of faithfulness

We live in a instantaneous society, don’t we. Everything ought to be now. We want faster broadband, same day deliveries, microwave speed cooking and the

What about weddings?

My wife and I were having our ongoing, sometime argument about weddings again recently. No, not specifically ours. She’s realises she’s pretty much locked into

Some sceptical thoughts on sabbaticals

I’ve been thinking about sabbaticals recently. Not because I’m angling for one. Though, now I think about it, I am not far off my seventh

Snippets from the interweb (1st December 2019)

Are Christian conferences damaging the local church? Seems a valid question to ask. Al Gooderham spends a lot of time talking about something else but

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