Welcome to Episode #1 of “To the Church in Great Britain” that premiers on YouTube tonight at 9pm. This week we’ll meet everyone involved in this series, (some more briefly than others), and begin to think about some of the striking and subtle ways that Christianity Today’s ‘Rise and Fall of Mars Hill’ and theContinue reading “Stealing Our Confidence”
Hello! Welcome to our new vlog/video series that starts this evening over on YouTube. Entitled, ‘To The Church In Great Britain’, you can subscribe to see the videos here and watch the premier here. For a few months now, we have wanted to compare and contrast two very popular podcast series with a view ofContinue reading “Wasn’t Ravi Enough?”
“Rediscover BETHEL” is a new video series from Bethel Church in Redding California that’s trying to address some of the common “misconceptions” regarding their theology and practices. Here is the video in question: This is the best I can do to be as gracious as possible while unashamedly seeking to address one primary audience: thoseContinue reading “Rediscover Bethel (a response to Bill Johnson & Dann Farrelly)”
This week I was stirred to offer a word from Romans 14 and Galatians 3 for those who find themselves worried or anxious – or speechless – following the recent news that Joshua Harris and Marty Sampson aren’t that bothered about Jesus at the moment. If it was good enough at the beginning, it willContinue reading “It Is Written (A Response to Marty Sampson & Joshua Harris)”
Within your world of creativity, with something you’ve written, produced, conceived or presented, it’s good to ask “how could this be better?” rather than only “what do you like about this?”. The pathway of constructive criticism should lead to better output. Not discouragement.
I was sat in a bus heading into the City this week but not in any old seat; I was sat in a priority seat for those less able to stand than others. The bus had pulled up to a stop and a mother outside with a pram was struggling to see a free seatContinue reading “Priority Seating”