Yesterday, Jacob Rees-Mogg got into trouble for making the following comments: Most of the frustration has centred on what Rees-Mogg called, ‘common sense.’ It appears
I was asked a while ago to take part in a short series for GBM radio. The programmes are aimed at helping pastors in Africa
This is a guest post by Iain Clements, minister at Latimer Congregational Church in Beverley. Views expressed in this article are the author’s and do
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.
I was chatting with a pastor’s wife some time ago who told me about having committed the cardinal sin of pastor’s wives. She admitted –
On Thurday, I attended the Manchester FIEC Pastor’s Network Day with my friend, Andy Smith. Andy is in the process of affiliating his church to FIEC and I thought it would be interesting, given this was his first time at one of these events, to get his perspective on how he found things. This is what he wrote: Our church is in the process of joining the FIEC so I attended the regional networking day for FIEC pastors in Manchester. At this