In praise of a summer slowdown

I wonder how you have spent the summer? Some of us plough on with all our usual activities. Everything we usually run continues without pause.

The problem with pursuing relevance

It was one of those Christian buzzwords for a while. Every other church was lining up to label itself ‘relevant.’ The question I had whenever

Our community will compel people to consider Christ – that’s often the problem

Yesterday, I uploaded a clip from our latest sermon in Acts 2. Here is another clip from that same sermon. We considered the compelling apologetic

It may not be Socialism but we should stop making that point

We’ve been continuing our series in Acts. This week we reached Acts 2:41-47 and we were looking at what Spirit-led community ought to look like

Why deprived communities need more than a social gospel

I am all for ‘mercy ministries’ and doing good to our neighbours. I think sometimes Reformed Christians can become so focused on doctrinal purity –

Ben Shapiro and the morality of Socialism

I came across this video clip of Ben Shapiro criticising Socialism. Shapiro is an American conservative political commentator, columnist and talk radio host. It is

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