No more to do for salvation doesn’t mean no more to do

If you are theologically Reformed, you will almost certainly recognise one of the five solas: Solus Christus (Christ alone). It is the view that we

Perfectionism is the killer

The subtle danger of perfectionism is that it hides behind a position that is ostensibly good. Surely, it insists, we want things to be as

How do you increase the percentage of people serving in your church?

It is a perennial problem for many churches – how do you get people to serve? We are not an organisation that pays people to

Four questions to ask potential workers

As we’re in a new year and you might be thinking about fresh starts and new opportunities, let me put in my annual plea for

Four reasons to serve food at your groups and meetings

I don’t know what it is about food, but there is something about it that causes people to chat and open up. It’s no coincidence

Five ways to encourage members to participate in the church

Getting people to do stuff in church is hard, isn’t it? Hardly a church or leader I know doesn’t, on some level, worry about the

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