If Christian books are often bland (and they are), why would we do the same to our conversations?

A lot of Christian writing is pretty bland and boring. I wrote about this phemonena here. But, if you don’t want to take my word

If we can’t have a discussion, what’s the point of being on twitter?

Yesterday, I was in a discussion with a bunch of different folk on twitter. The specific discussion isn’t that important, to be honest. If you

Three ways to handle pastoral care in the age of coronavirus

We’re all looking for creative ways to care for people whilst we’re not allowed to see them. The reality is, with great difficulty. The teaching

If not this forum, then which?

Much has been said about the online life that bears thinking about. More often than not, Evangelical voices are calling us to caution and care

‘Social media has its negatives, but if the positive is enabling someone to get to church I’m in’

Last night I had a phone call from one of our former Iranian adherents. He had moved to another part of the country (which we

Why deprived communities need more than a social gospel

I am all for ‘mercy ministries’ and doing good to our neighbours. I think sometimes Reformed Christians can become so focused on doctrinal purity –

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