RIP Revd John Richardson

Revd John Richardson, “the Ugley Vicar” died this morning in hospital after a short illness. Pray for his wife Alison and give thanks for the life of a faithful servant of Jesus.

At this time of sorrow the Lord is in our midst and consoles us with his word: Blessed are the . . . → Read More: RIP Revd John Richardson

When to Tell

Panorama on the BBC tonight had a report that promotes the notion that the Government should make it illegal not to report child abuse suspicions.

Teachers and other professionals who do not report child abuse suspicions should face prosecution, the ex-director of public prosecutions says.

Keir Starmer said under a British “mandatory reporting” law, . . . → Read More: When to Tell

Coming Out

New blogger Matthew Franklin Jones talks about the need to share your story.

A major weakness of American (conservative) Christianity has been the tendency to respond to LGBTQ people and their stories with bloodless dogma. LGBTQ people are often kept at a distance, which I guess is what makes it so easy for some Christians . . . → Read More: Coming Out

Review – Five Paths to Wholeness

As I have the pleasure and privilege of talking to those Christians who experience same-sex attraction and want to live a chaste life faithful to the clear teachings of Scripture, I increasingly find that different solutions to the questions that arise are appropriate for different people. How encouraging then to find this new book by . . . → Read More: Review – Five Paths to Wholeness

Cardinal O'Brien - What's the Real Issue?

Extraordinary news this weekend as Cardinal O’Brien, the most senior Roman Catholic priest in the United Kingdom, admitted “ there have been times that my sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected of me as a priest, archbishop and cardinal”. The response from some parts of the media has been almost gleeful.

Cardinal Keith O’Brien, . . . → Read More: Cardinal O’Brien – What’s the Real Issue?

Stephen Green Exposed

Stephen Green

Not that we want to commend the Daily Mail as a paragon of impartial journalistic integrity, but well done today for exposing the monster that is Stephen Green.

Caroline Green was often punished by her husband Stephen for failing to be a dutiful, compliant wife, but his final act of violence against her — the . . . → Read More: Stephen Green Exposed

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