Five way to dwell on the Word when you can’t read

Astonishingly, I have said before and I say it again, the Bible nowhere insists that you read it. Despite our frequent insistence to the contrary,

We run a paradoxical race

A story regarding the operational management of the London marathon emerged yesterday. The start time for the slower runners in the marathon was delayed but,

Here to serve

Most churches will tell you that church is all about serving others. Most people, if we’re honest, don’t really know what that means. Most people

Lammy, Embery & Folau: free speech cases & what we learn from Evangelical reactions

I’ve been away on holiday this last week, so all the posts that have been coming out were scheduled before I left. I’ve had a

How did we get the Bible?

I’ve really enjoyed the series Honest Answers from Southern Seminary. Here is Robert Plummer answering the question: How did we get the Bible?

The value of word-ministry is not necessarily seen in the short-term

Preaching is a funny old thing when you think about it. You stand at the front of a group of church members and try to

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