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 РJohn Stevens of FIEC notes 9 current trends in the UK evangelical church here. Typically well-observed, and well worth thinking through!

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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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