Failure to welcome isn’t so much cultural as human

On Twitter recently, there was an interesting discussion about welcoming folk. Whilst the whole discussion is worth a look, I just want to share a

Dealing with awkward customers

We’ve all had them. Those awkward, tricky customers who turn up to your church. They seem to like being around Christians, or at least want

Act as though there are visitors in the room

I mentioned yesterday that I was preaching at a different church on Sunday. It was really nice because it is a church of people I

Not everything needs a gospel talk

I have said before, if you’re not at some point sharing the gospel with people, using actual words to convey the actual message of salvation

Like it or not, perception matters and it is often formed by experience

I remember when the story first emerged regarding Judah Adunbi. For those who don’t know, Adunbi worked as a race relations officer in Bristol, seeking

Think about your welcome

I was reading Martin Salter’s latest blog post, which you can read here. Martin considered the three most important minutes of your service (probably) for

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