Maybe children aren’t the future

Last week, Andy Prime put out a Twitter thread of snippets from Roy Joslin’s book Urban Harvest. I have recently been reading that book too,

The allure of whatever makes my life easier

I’m going to call it. Many of the decisions that we make – whether in ministry posts or as members of the church – revolve

The value of word-ministry is not necessarily seen in the short-term

Preaching is a funny old thing when you think about it. You stand at the front of a group of church members and try to

Afternoon service on Sanctification

Pressing on with our monthly afternoon service, we continue to get good attendance and excellent engagement with what we are doing. This month, we looked

Don’t do their homework for them

My son has, only in the last couple of weeks, started school. Already he is receiving homework (I’m sure I didn’t get any homework until

Be killing comfort or comfort will kill gospel growth

I have said before that the number one problem facing the Western Evangelical church today is, hands down, our own sense of comfort. You can

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