joining the dots

I'm sorry, I haven't blogged for a long time. I hope to start again very soon, but until then, enjoy the archives!

I love writing, I hate writing

{a guest post by Hannah} I am writing my thesis at the moment and at the beginning of each chapter I go through the same routine. It goes something like … Continue reading

13/09/2012 · Leave a comment

eBooks, discipleship in Africa, and the future of global Christianity

I believe in global terms Christianity is at a turning point. It’s possible that what the future of global Christianity looks like largely depends on what happens in Africa. Over … Continue reading

23/05/2012 · Leave a comment

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? (Part 4, Power of the gospel: Do you lack confidence in God’s power?)

Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 first. Over the past few days we’ve been considering how much confidence we have in the gospel. So far we’re thought about … Continue reading

17/05/2012 · Leave a comment

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? (Part 3, Experience of the gospel: Why is your life better with Jesus in it?)

Read Part 1 and Part 2 first. Why is your life better with Jesus in it? Just ponder that question for a moment. What would be different about your day … Continue reading

16/05/2012 · 2 Comments

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? (Part 2, Knowledge of the gospel: Is your gospel too small?)

You may like to read part 1, the introduction, first! In Uganda, I was preaching at a church planting ‘crusade’ in a village called Senda. After my talk, people were … Continue reading

15/05/2012 · 2 Comments

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? (Part 1, Introduction)

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? By Gospel I mean, “Good news of Jesus”. So, how much confidence do you have in the good news of Jesus? … Continue reading

14/05/2012 · 3 Comments

Post Script: Taste and see that the Lord is good

Earlier this week I wrote a blog post about the danger of festering doubt. As I continued to think about the importance of dealing with doubt I remembered a previous … Continue reading

29/02/2012 · Leave a comment

Warning: don’t let doubt fester

It appears to me that doubt and asking questions is a lot more acceptable in most churches in the UK today than it was in the past. This, generally speaking, … Continue reading

27/02/2012 · 3 Comments

Clouds and sunshine: Reflections on the funeral of a seven year old

Last week I attended a funeral of a seven year old boy called Livingstone. He was the son of a Pastor, from one of the rural churches I’ve been working … Continue reading

23/08/2011 · Leave a comment

A worshipful life (part 2)

Don’t read this blog unless you read yesterday’s! Here’s the handout for the second day’s teaching session. There are bits that might not make complete sense without listening to the … Continue reading

16/10/2010 · Leave a comment

A worshipful life

Next week I’m in Albania for a few days. I’ll be doing some teaching at a church in Korçë. It’s for their worship team and I think they’re inviting worship … Continue reading

15/10/2010 · 2 Comments

Forgiveness: The difference between bathing and washing

Yesterday’s blog was about forgiveness and it seemed to resonate with several people, so I’ve decided to write another blog about forgiveness. I want to speak about forgiveness in terms … Continue reading

30/09/2010 · Leave a comment

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