Acts 29 and re-assessing our culture

By now, news about Acts 29’s latest failure in leadership has spread far and wide. I first saw the news in an article published at

Knowing why we want knowledge

I have met with lots of people who have a deep need for you to know they are right. There is, of course, nothing wrong

Churches vulnerable to narcissistic leaders

Yesterday, I wrote about narcissistic leaders in the church. I outlined what narcissism is and then pointed out three ways we can limit narcissistic tendencies

When anti-bullying agendas bully people into accepting your agenda, something has gone wrong

Yesterday, I came across the story of the Christian parents who are weighing up whether to sue their child’s former school over their refusal to

Jamie Carragher reminds us of the seriousness of even momentary sinful lapses in ministry

A pretty unwholesome video has surfaced of Jamie Carragher gobbing into the car of an opposition fan following Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat to Man Utd on

Feud and the bitter consequences of rivalry in the church

I have been watching Feud on the BBC iPlayer. It documents the rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. It focuses on their work together during

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