How do you make ESOL members feel a full part of the fellowship?

If you find yourself with those who speak a second language in your midst, how can you minister to them faithfully? Are there any ways

Invoicing weddings and funerals is perverse

An interesting discussion broke out yesterday on Twitter. It was prompted by news that the Bishop of Burnley – Philip North – argued that current

The lure of the quiet life

So often, much of what we do is driven less by gospel priorities and more by the idol of comfort. Far from prioritising the things

What is the worst that could happen? Not receiving your eternal asylum

What’s the worst thing that could possibly happen? So went the question my fellow elder asked. We were having a discussion about our Iranian contingent

How do we figure out where the Lord is leading?

We all want to know God’s calling on our life. What is God asking of me? What would he have me do in any given

The importance of contextualisation

We have been continuing our series in Acts on Sunday mornings. And we have come across the concept of contextualisation a number of times. But

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