How can we increase diversity in Evangelical leadership?

In my first post, I looked at some of the stats on diversity within Evangelicalism. Though diversity within the FIEC is in line with the

Beth Moore’s letter and the psychology of what happens next

Twitter was buzzing yesterday after Beth Moore posted an open letter to her Christian brothers. In it, she detailed some of her experiences as a

Book review: Knowing our times

You know that feeling when you’ve said some stuff – all of it certainly true and legitimate – but somebody asks you to present that

Must we wear shirt and tie in the pulpit?

A few days ago, I wrote about being careful about the words you use and the clothes you wear when you preach. The thrust of

Be yourself, use your own words and speak in your normal voice

I am sure we have all met them. Those guys who talk to you before or after the service who seem like perfectly ordinary, normal

Happy winter festival? No, it’s definitely Christmas

I have, of late, grown weary of the constant talk of ‘winter festival’. I first noticed it this year on CBeebies of all places. My

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