“Laying out a fleece” doesn’t mean or imply what you probably think. Really, it tells us only two things.
“that which we have seen and heard we proclaim also to you, so that you too may have fellowship with us; and indeed our fellowship
We talk an awful lot about community, fellowship, hospitality and friendship in our church. In truth, there is no pretending that fostering genuine community –
I have recently seen three articles relating to traditional credobaptist views on baptism. Firstly, Bill Kynes at The Gospel Coalition outlines his view as a
I was surprised to read in today’s Guardian two particularly good comments, within the same article, by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Here, Justin Welby outlined the
What ministries and roles are so fundamentally important to the church that, were we to do away with them, it would cease to function? Our