Unity apart from the gospel isn’t worth uniting over

We have been continuing our series in Acts. This week we considered the episode in which Paul and Barnabas separate from one another, asking the

Creating a gospel culture

We were looking at Acts 10 this past Sunday. The two big questions we opened with were these: (1) Who do we expect to be

The church must do better

The UK is awash with talk of immigration foul-ups. They principally centre on the Windrush immigrants who, to cut a long story short, appear to

A plea to my Christian friends: kingdom before politics

As I noted here, I am often surprised when church leaders refuse to identify their politics. It has always felt to me like an attempt

A case for gospel unity: translation over segregation

I have often wondered what the Early Church did when faced with swathes of different nationalities entering their churches but with no help from Google

On being from nowhere and the problem of belonging

Where are you from? Pretty simple, every day sort of question. For some, the answer is incredibly simple and straightforward. They were born and raised

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