No, not the Thought for the Day but the interview afterwards.
The reality is that where you have a good vicar you will find growing churches.
[The church] needs to be very flexible in how it engages locally and it needs to be very clear about it’s intention of growing numbers. It doesn’t happen . . . → Read More: The Archbishop’s Remarks this morning
My dear readers, there is a problem with Uganda.
Last week the Ugandan Parliament passed a bill that outlawed homosexual activity. Over four years in the offing, the private members bill is now in front of the President for final approval (itself still in question) and is set to become law sometime in the . . . → Read More: The Problem with Uganda
Following on from last year, here’s my top ten Anglicans who I believe will have an impact on the Church of England in 2014 (and beyond). For some it may be for things that will happen over the next twelve months that will involve them, for others it’s about their ongoing “rise”.
Before . . . → Read More: 2014 – The Anglicans to Watch
We were fortunate enough to have Justin Welby preach at our church last Sunday. Here’s his cracking sermon.
One of the staggering things about Christmas is the number of people you get through your church doors. Normally quiet congregations can suddenly become bustling bodies of eager anticipation for a bit of old-time religion. And unlike funerals, weddings and baptisms, you know that the assembled crowd have come deliberately for something spiritual (rather than . . . → Read More: The Mission of Christmas
24 years ago we watched as a revolution unfolded in Romania. Here is the story of liberation. Watch how the cross and its people are at the centre of what happened.
Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse! The one sitting on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness . . . → Read More: #ChristmasMeans…