Knowing the gospel is the key to welcoming other cultures

Many churches want to be able to welcome different cultures but so few seem capable of actually doing so. We so often fail to realise

Creating a gospel culture

We were looking at Acts 10 this past Sunday. The two big questions we opened with were these: (1) Who do we expect to be

Like it or not, perception matters and it is often formed by experience

I remember when the story first emerged regarding Judah Adunbi. For those who don’t know, Adunbi worked as a race relations officer in Bristol, seeking

An insight into Muslim-Christian dialogue in Oldham

We held our monthly Muslim-Christian dialogue evening last Friday. As usual, we chose a topic and heard a presentation from a Muslim perspective, one from

Question Time, perception formed by experience and implications for the church

On Thurday night’s Question Time programme, things kicked off a bit. Here is the pertinent section of the programme: ”The UK is one of the

Trans World Radio interview: Multiculturalism in the UK

Apologies about the later than usual posting. I was waiting for the TWR interview to go live. This week, the Guardian reported that 4 in

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