I was recently reminded of a powerful lesson that the labels we use to define us have great power to separate us. There are all sorts of labels I use to describe my faith; Christian, not Jewish or Muslim; then I define church – protestant as opposed
Living and church planting in Sweden, as I do, it is impossible to escape the issue of equality, it is everywhere. It’s reasonable, of course, to ask why anyone would want to escape something so obviously beneficial as equality? That largely depends on what you mean
Previously in this ad-hoc series I wrote about the importance of patience in the heart of a church planter but took a moment to separate patience from perseverance. Perseverance is that quality that keeps you walking when you turn into a headwind, keeps you going
This is a fantastic description by Roger Olsen on what a ‘Spirit-filled and Spirit-led’ church might look like. You can read the whole thing here
I recently had the great privilege of preaching at the excellent City Church Cambridge on ‘Jesus a priest in the order of Melchizedek’ from Hebrews 7. You can listen to it here and the slides are below for your, I hope, encouragement.