What is the biggest problem facing Evangelicalism? Comfort

The biggest problem facing the British Evangelical church today is, without doubt, our own personal comfort. Far too many of us are happy in our

The problem with ‘resourcing churches’

As regular followers of this blog will know, I have been on something of drive to see larger churches linked up with smaller churches. I

Is God calling you to go home? I hope not

An interesting Gospel Coalition came into my blog reader asking, ‘Is God Calling You to Go Home?’ The article was clearly articulating a scenario in

Affinity invites your comments on some stuff I said

I put out some posts a short while ago regarding theological seminaries and the requirements for Biblical eldership. Particularly, I was discussing the question of

Tory MP cries at impact of Universal Credit – would that the church was so moved by the plight of the poor

The government are intent on rolling out Iain Duncan Smith’s flagship programme of Universal Credit. My town, Oldham, was one of the places in which

Talking about the problem is not solving the problem

It is an annoyingly political approach to problem solving to first claim to ‘recognise’ the issue and then, subsequently, to ‘discuss’ the problem. Taking your

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