The Northern Ireland Secretary – Karen Bradley – has managed to make comments in her highly diplomatically sensitive role that make the whole handling of
I was chatting with a pastor’s wife some time ago who told me about having committed the cardinal sin of pastor’s wives. She admitted –
Once again it is hard times in the Labour Party. In scenes reminiscent of the early 80s, when the Gang of Four broke away to
On Thurday, I attended the Manchester FIEC Pastor’s Network Day with my friend, Andy Smith. Andy is in the process of affiliating his church to FIEC and I thought it would be interesting, given this was his first time at one of these events, to get his perspective on how he found things. This is what he wrote: Our church is in the process of joining the FIEC so I attended the regional networking day for FIEC pastors in Manchester. At this
I’ve never particularly needed to feel valued or validated by compliments. To be honest, I don’t really know what to do with compliments. I was
I have been writing a lot about ecclesiology and polity lately. I didn’t intend to but one post became another and so it goes on.