How to get us to stop banging on about deprived communities

Maybe you’re sick of hearing about church in hard places. I mean, there’s a book about it, there was a conference about it and it

Five things we have to get serious about if we are going to see deprived communities reached with the gospel

If we are going to see churches planted in some of neediest, most deprived communities, several things are going to have to happen. We are

Four questions to ask potential workers

As we’re in a new year and you might be thinking about fresh starts and new opportunities, let me put in my annual plea for

Four reasons we need external partners

We work and minister in a context that means we need some long term external partners. Whilst we really covet the prayers of other believers,

For further progress, we need a new narrative

Long-term and regular readers will know that I have commented with some frequency about Evangelicalism – particularly Conservative Evangelicalism – and our deficiencies in reaching

Five ways to get involved in ministry to deprived communities

I am occasionally asked (very occasionally, I should add) how people can support the work of churches in deprived communities. There are lots of ways

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