An opportunity for review

Many churches have lots of programmes and activities running that – if they’re being really honest about it – essentially happen because it’s what we’ve

Neither despair about the work nor doubt the value of being back about it

Despite trying to think through other things to talk about, coronavirus remains about the only thing going on. The only in-the-flesh, living, breathing people I

What are the theological questions involved in our new normal?

I’ve noticed a few people asking what are the key theological issues that need thinking through given our inability to meet together as usual. So,

Three ways to handle pastoral care in the age of coronavirus

We’re all looking for creative ways to care for people whilst we’re not allowed to see them. The reality is, with great difficulty. The teaching

Some sceptical thoughts on sabbaticals

I’ve been thinking about sabbaticals recently. Not because I’m angling for one. Though, now I think about it, I am not far off my seventh

If you don’t build with (spiritual) kids, you won’t build anything at all

Want a classic throwback to somebody saying something that later proved to be utterly wrong? Of course you do. And who doesn’t enjoy listening to

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