It's not the problems that frustrate; it's how they're handled

I have been in need of a new computer for some while now. My previous machine had reached a level of slowness that made every

Why there still might be cultural issues though we don't realise it

I recently wrote a couple of articles on class and the church. The first looked at some of the things people hear when we talk

What we're not saying

Sometimes, in the discussions on class and the church, what we are actually saying and what people hear are two very different things. It is

But it's not really New Year

We all know the real New Year isn’t happening now. You know what I mean, this is just when December turns into January and we

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

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

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