Don’t make what is already hard harder than it has to be

Evangelism is hard. Let’s not soft peddle it – I find it hard, everyone else I know who does it finds it hard and the

Dealing with awkward customers

We’ve all had them. Those awkward, tricky customers who turn up to your church. They seem to like being around Christians, or at least want

The allure of whatever makes my life easier

I’m going to call it. Many of the decisions that we make – whether in ministry posts or as members of the church – revolve

The lure of the quiet life

So often, much of what we do is driven less by gospel priorities and more by the idol of comfort. Far from prioritising the things

Christians welcome Muslims into a Christmas service. Why has this hit the news?

I saw this story in the Guardian on Christmas Eve. The basic thrust of the story is that St Alban’s church in North Harrow have

You’ve been called when you’ve been commissioned by the local church

This last Sunday we were looking at the beginning of Acts 13. You can hear the whole sermon here. One of the things we considered

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