Four suggestions for theological education

I have commented before about the need for change in theological education. If we are going to serve those from deprived communities, and train those

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

Enduring faithfulness

I’m sharing the below interview for two reasons. First, because John Tindall is an absolute boss. Second, because he is a top bloke from Oldham.

Music GCSE & theological training

For some reason, back when I doing my GCSEs, I thought it was a good idea to sit music. You may wonder what is wrong

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

Sometimes you’ve just got to get your hands dirty

Some years ago now, I was on a mission with my Dad. These missions, at least back then, tended to involve staying in some fairly

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