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

How do you tell people about Jesus when they don’t speak your language?

In predominantly indigenous white British contexts, it is rare to meet people with whom you can’t easily communicate on any level. Yes, there may be

We need as many ways and means as we can to affect gospel ends

We had our plenary church prayer meeting this last Tuesday. As usual, we split our time between our mission partners and the various ministries of

If you don’t build with (spiritual) kids, you won’t build anything at all

Want a classic throwback to somebody saying something that later proved to be utterly wrong? Of course you do. And who doesn’t enjoy listening to

How do you figure out who to work with?

Most of us – even dyed-in-the-wool independents like us – want to have a level of inter-connectedness with other churches. Whilst there are certainly some

Don’t make Brexit conversations the model for evangelistic ones

If Brexit has taught us anything, I suspect it is two things. First, we are all prone to listening to ‘facts’ that happen to support

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