Monthly afternoon service: faith & sin

Yesterday, we had our monthly afternoon service. We purposefully try to make it a different format to the morning service. Instead of systematically preaching through

Being off our food is a sign of sickness

My son has been sick the last few days. He said his stomach was hurting, he’s felt queasy and has been looking pale. He has

Addressing abuse in association without undermining the primacy and autonomy of the local church

For those who are convinced of independency (as I am), we believe in the primacy of the local church. We don’t believe it is right

Public comment on public sin matters. Silence does not commend the gospel

A few years ago now, I was getting battered in the ministry. I don’t want to rehash all the gory details here. Suffice to say

The real offence is grace

Over a month ago, a court video of Brandt Jean went viral. Jean’s brother, Botham, had been shot and killed by Amber Guyger. Guyger, an

Jacob Rees-Mogg, Grenfell & how we can do the same in the church

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

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