Four reasons to serve food at your groups and meetings

I don’t know what it is about food, but there is something about it that causes people to chat and open up. It’s no coincidence

Our call to faithfulness must extend to our fellowship

Our call is to faithfulness. That should be the watchword of all ministry. We are not called to great success or large platforms, but to

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.

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

How do you make ESOL members feel a full part of the fellowship?

If you find yourself with those who speak a second language in your midst, how can you minister to them faithfully? Are there any ways

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

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