Three necessary shifts in our thinking on funding & resourcing

Most churches are after resources. Whether they are seeking money or people, they tend to want more resources to achieve more of their ministry goals

The job spec (and people) we all really need

Church and ministry job descriptions are funny things, aren’t they? Everyone tends to be on board (unless they’re Brethren) with the idea that the church

RNLI, essential services & the situation for the church

The RNLI have hit the headlines. The Guardian report: The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has enjoyed a surge in donations after the charity was

How will deprived areas be reached if we won’t fund those willing to go?

An interesting discussion broke out on Twitter yesterday. Here are some of the highlights: Two indigenous interns just got turned down for funding from an

Drawing straight lines between resources and success belies another issue

If you’re interested in such things, Jose Mourinho has been having a go at Jurgen Klopp, other teams, even his own employers about transfer policies.

Don’t give resources to those who are leveraging existing resources to gain more resources

A few of us have been arguing for more of a focus on deprived communities. As I noted here: Evangelical churches in the South outnumber

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