Three ways we impede gospel ministry in deprived communities

I am delighted more people are talking about church in deprived communities. This is long overdue. But there are still several ways we continue view

How will we reach deprived communities in 2019?

As we enter another year, it seems worth revisiting a question that has been a regular feature here. Who will go to deprived communities in

When the church is driven by pragmatism over gospel

Two stories have emerged from the world of British Anglicanism. One, on the face of it, appears better than the other. Both, however, are rather

So near… and yet so far

I was intrigued by this video about The Church and Estates. I have spoken a lot about church in deprived communities so this is precisely

Affinity Council address: resourcing churches in deprived communities

I was asked to speak to a meeting of the Affinity council yesterday. Below is the transcript of what I said. First, let me thank

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

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