Unholy ghosting

I have made no secret of my dislike for networking and that whole aspect of life in the ministry. I have mentioned it here, here, here

God’s power made perfect in weakness (even in this small way)

It is Easter Monday. The last day of the Easter period (mainly noted here because Easter Sunday is a bank holiday and so it stands

Some brief questions on the ordination of women bishops within the Anglican Communion

Several things have confused me about the recent Anglican vote on the ordination of women bishops. They are as follows: Why do so many, unconnected

Equating theological knowledge and ministry success with spiritual maturity

A fantastic post on The Gospel Coalition Blog by Paul Tripp warning about the danger of equating theological knowledge and ministry success with spiritual maturity.I will

The role of the pastor’s wife

I should go on record from the outset and state that I am neither a pastor nor a pastor’s wife.* I would like to think,

Using the term ‘pastor’ as a title

For centuries, it has been the practice of the Catholic Church to set clergy apart from lay members by conferring on them the title ‘Father’