Rouhollah’s story

We’ve been thinking, as we’re in the midst of lockdown, about ways that we might reach out with the gospel in these extraordinary times. One

Decisions without decisionism

I have swum in waters that were decisionistic. Decisionism is that approach to evangelism that centres less on genuine conversion and more on ‘making a

God or the gang

I’m not quite sure why this story has reemerged. I saw it on the BBC News at 10 last week. But it has also made

Two baptism & two new members

On Sunday, we baptisted two Iranian men. Here is Mohsen being baptised: And here is Amir: Both are former Muslims. Both gave testimony to how

Justice and mercy

Yesterday, there were headlines stating that a soldier was to be tried for his involvement in the killing of a boy in Derry in 1972.

The problem with asylum tribunals and a ray of hope

I was interested in a Twitter comment from Ryan King yesterday. Here is what he said: Ignorance and incompetence at a high level has led

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