Sam’s story

We’ve been thinking, as we’re in the midst of lockdown, about ways that we might reach out with the gospel in these extraordinary times. One

Rachel’s story

We’ve been thinking, as we’re in the midst of lockdown, about ways that we might reach out with the gospel in these extraordinary times. One

David’s story

We’ve been thinking, as we’re in the midst of lockdown, about ways that we might reach out with the gospel in these extraordinary times. One

My story

We’ve been thinking, as we’re in the midst of lockdown, about ways that we might reach out with the gospel in these extraordinary times. One

Justice and mercy

Yesterday, there were headlines stating that a soldier was to be tried for his involvement in the killing of a boy in Derry in 1972.

Congregational participation opens the door to nonsense. Here’s why we should do it anyway.

Growing up, I spent time in two quite different circles. Initially, my family were Brethren; latterly, we moved into Grace Baptist circles. Leaving aside the

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