Worry about repeating yourself when there’s no need to repeat yourself anymore

I used to worry that I repeated myself. I used to worry that I had said things in sermons that I had said before. I

Three ways to handle pastoral care in the age of coronavirus

We’re all looking for creative ways to care for people whilst we’re not allowed to see them. The reality is, with great difficulty. The teaching

How do you tell people about Jesus when they don’t speak your language?

In predominantly indigenous white British contexts, it is rare to meet people with whom you can’t easily communicate on any level. Yes, there may be

Your kids can’t get a new father but you can get a new phone

A few weeks ago I got an email on my day off. The email was from a solicitor asking whether I would write a statement

Pursue fellowship even when communication is tough

There is no doubt that Babel was a curse indeed. Anybody who has spent even half an hour in the company of somebody who has

If date night is the silver bullet for your marriage, you’ve got bigger problems than whether you have a date night

I read this TGC post on why we shouldn’t put out hope into a date night. The Conservative Evangelical internet went, as they say round