Today was a good day. Our little church is preparing for mission (I know we’re always on a mission but the next few weeks are a little higher profile) and we needed to get a job done – we needed to label 6000 newspapers with
A new debate has kicked off on both sides of the Atlantic, this time concerning baptism. To follow the links to the various debates head over to Adrian Warnock who as always trackes these things pretty thoroughly. I’ve added a comment or two over there as
I saw this on Ian’s blog and took the test, not bad at all…(well totally depraved but you know what I mean) You scored as Evangelical Holiness/Wesleyan, You are an evangelical in the Wesleyan tradition. You believe that God’s grace enables you to choose to
This is my 100th Post on this blog! What better way to celebrate than a discussion of the cross and as always something for us to argue about! *Warning* The rest of the post is a bit theological/boring depending on your point of view. The
Time to go back to the claims Dan Kimball made in They Like Jesus but not the Church and whether they apply in the UK in the same way. Follow the links to catch up and read parts 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5. In this chapter Dan
Well I slept for about 12 hours and followed that up with a whole load of nothing just recharginf the batteries. Still last night we had a church prayer meeting (you should try prayer if you haven’t done recently) and it was quite a night.
Sorry for lack of posts but I’ve been at Newday with our youth group. It was an amazing week with the young people getting passionate about following Jesus, giving their lives to Him, being healed by Him and being blessed by Him. Will pick up the
So after a busy week and a car buying distraction I thought I’d get back to looking in more depth at the claims Dan Kimball made in They Like Jesus but not the Church and whether they apply in the UK in the same way.