Five frustrating comments whenever we discuss problems of class

There are lots of frustrating things that happen whenever you begin talking about class and the church. But perhaps among the most frustrating is when

What we’re not saying

Sometimes, in the discussions on class and the church, what we are actually saying and what people hear are two very different things. It is

Class, identity & regional difference

Failure to welcome isn’t so much cultural as human

On Twitter recently, there was an interesting discussion about welcoming folk. Whilst the whole discussion is worth a look, I just want to share a

Guest post: You can’t “prophetically” challenge comfort whilst aspiring to be comfortable

This is a guest post by Dave Williams, minister at Bearwood Chapel in Smethwick, W. Midlands. The other day I read an article asking whether

Assumptions without reflection: assessing cultural values in light of Biblical values

I was asked to write an article for the Affinity journal Foundations on how we often make cultural assumptions in the church, particularly in respect to class, without really

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