A true gospel vision must start by welcoming all people from anywhere

I’ve written recently about the problem of comfortable, middle class Christians refusing to move to those areas that are perhaps deemed less salubrious. You can

How to kill a church

I have just finished reading Mark Ashton’s excellent little book Christ and His People: Eight convinctions about the local church. It is a very short little

Partnering well Pt II: four ways smaller churches can help bigger ones

In my last post, we considered how you could partner well with a small church like ours. You can read that post here. We looked at

The Trellis & the Vine: a critical appraisal

You can purchase a copy of The Trellis & The Vine here I have been away over Christmas and tried to avoid working, and blogging,

When politics apes the church (or when the church apes politics)

I wrote this over a month ago but made it a private post. It is now publicly available. In today’s Guardian, Jeremy Corbyn is quoted as

People grow up

The Evangelical Christian world is particularly small in the UK. It is not at all unusual to meet people I knew growing up, or from

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