Public comment on public sin matters. Silence does not commend the gospel

A few years ago now, I was getting battered in the ministry. I don’t want to rehash all the gory details here. Suffice to say

Acts 29 and re-assessing our culture

By now, news about Acts 29’s latest failure in leadership has spread far and wide. I first saw the news in an article published at

Why I think Lisa Nandy should be the next Labour leader

We seem to be coming out of the election madness. People are beginning to calm down and come to terms with the reality of what

Five ways to encourage genuinely co-equal plurality among elders

Most nonconformist churches – particularly of the baptistic persuasion – believe in plural eldership. At least, we say we do. Often, our model may be

A tendency arising with such frequency I suspect a deeper problem

If you’ve been in the church for any length of time, you will know it is a group of sinful people trying to help one

EN article: Why only a few good men?

I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. The latest article (my original, unedited version) is below. In my church, there

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