Five way to dwell on the Word when you can’t read

Astonishingly, I have said before and I say it again, the Bible nowhere insists that you read it. Despite our frequent insistence to the contrary,

EN article: Let’s be honest – sometimes we are just boring

I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. My first one is in the current June edition. I will post the

We run a paradoxical race

A story regarding the operational management of the London marathon emerged yesterday. The start time for the slower runners in the marathon was delayed but,

In defence of preaching points

I regularly read Chris Green’s blog. I really like it and it often gets me thinking about the nuts and bolts of ministry (which is

There isn’t a straight line between prayer and sermon efficacy

I have been troubled for some time now about the noises frequently made around the relationship of prayer and sermon efficacy. It has become common

The scriptures won’t give its riches to lazy minds

All too often, we wander into church and expect the preacher to bless us without doing any of the necessary work to get the most

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