Malign millennials if you want, but at least they’re willing to countenance moving to hard places

It is quite easy to find stuff floating around – particularly the Christian world – maligning millennials. My friends at Evangelical Times are getting a

How will deprived areas be reached if we won’t fund those willing to go?

An interesting discussion broke out on Twitter yesterday. Here are some of the highlights: Two indigenous interns just got turned down for funding from an

What is the real hard area?

One of the great things about working in an area like ours is that there are certain issues that require almost no defence whatsoever. Many

Evangelicalism is not representative, despite what the national average says

Following my comments on Tim Farron’s withdrawal from the Northern Men’s Convention, there was a lot of discussion in different quarters. As discussion unfolded on

What sort of person can serve in a deprived community?

There often seems to a sense that unless you have experienced the most appalling upbringing you aren’t cut out to work in a deprived community.

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

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