Following on from my post on forgiveness, I thought I’d link to a couple of other posts also on the same theme. Here’s personal experience from Brand New Believer and here is helpful teaching from Matt Hosier. Both are well worth reading.
Some time ago when I was in London I visited the V&A museum. All very interesting, what surprised me the most was in the gift shop, because there I found I could buy nothing. Quite literally, buy nothing and pay £4 for the privilege. It’s
Last week, I preached on grace. It’s always challenging, I almost always think I’ve short changed the people and failed to show how great and glorious is His grace to us. Fortunately there’s grace to us preachers too. I think I need to spend much
…according to this study in the US. I hope and pray that the opposite would be true in the UK. HT: Tim Challies
We applied this idea to giving and not just getting, I wonder how many children could be fed, lives changed, debts paid off… HT: Tim Challies
In just a few weeks time, at a time not of our choosing, our first child will arrive into the world. As yet, I still don’t have an office to move into. This has been something of a nuisance. It’s not right that my wife
Joel Edwards, the outgoing general director of the Evangelical Alliance has written a letter in response to the events in Florida. The full text is below and also here at their website. “Dear Colleagues in Christ,I suspect that many of you have watched with interest
Few things are as exciting to a pastor as hanging out around new believers. Your faithful servants are great too, but when a new believer understands grace for the first time and their eyes light up and they see how much that means God values