There are far too few articles in the press that speak with a rational voice about addressing the problems of society in the UK by actually trying to understand the source of those problems, rather than trying to tackle the symptoms. This is one of them.
We have a new church. Well, there’s no building, and no official organisation. There are people, but not many. And you know what? It’s amazing!!
People think Christmas is about what you can give to me. And that’s giving gone backwards.
I don’t really like the word “Evangelist”. It conjurs up visions of shouty men in the middle of town telling people that they’re all going to hell at the tops of their voices. Either that or suit-wearing professional speakers who… Continue Reading →
I’ve had an inspiring evening with these two little events. They won’t mean much to some so I’ll try and explain. “Discipleship” is lots of things. For me it’s the process of being a disciple of Jesus Christ, learning his… Continue Reading →
I quoted from the Bible’s book called “Exodus” only yesterday – here’s a bit again from the 10 commandments: “You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything… Continue Reading →
Back in April I read this article in the Guardian and tore it out and left it on my bedside table for comment. Sorry for taking so long to getting round to it. About 4,000 years ago… Mount Sinai was… Continue Reading →
Churches are amazing organisations and, despite the fact that they should (in my opinion) be quite free of bureaucracy, they are organisations and they need structures involving lots of people in order to function. One of the structures that we… Continue Reading →
This is a bit of a multi-purpose Blog/Email/Journal type entry that will probably pop up in various places – apologies if you come across it twice. A while back I mentioned something that was going on that I couldn’t really… Continue Reading →