Monthly Archives: January 2015

Current trends in the UK evangelical church…

From Christmas Carol services to Christians against Poverty, and from multi-site ministry to clarity on homosexuality – John Stevens of FIEC notes 9 current trends in the UK evangelical church here. Typically well-observed, and well worth thinking through! Advertisements

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What to say after Charlie Hebdo?

What to say after the brutal and terrible mass-murders in Paris last week? First, I want to try to have a Christian mind on these issues. So: Here’s John Stevens on the Free Speech question. Here’s Doug Wilson, on Islam, … Continue reading

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Suffering as a Christian

(a sermon on chapter 3 of Habakkuk, given at St Richard’s Church, Crowborough, on 14 September 2014) Paul Millard and his wife were young Christians, and she was pregnant with their fourth child when they suddenly realised that something was seriously … Continue reading

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Keeping going as a Christian

(a sermon on 2 Peter 3:14-18, preached at All Saints Crowborough on 9 November 2014) One of the saddest things about being a Christian, I think, is seeing people start well in the Christian life, but then wander off or … Continue reading

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